WSISD Featured as Top School in Region for Providing Meals to Low Income Children


Please be sure to scroll down below to see the many options available to enhance your student’s meal experience.

Looking for a job? Want to work 2 days a week or every day?

We have openings that may fit your needs!

Do you want a substitute job in the kitchen (Cafeteria) or a permanent position?

Come join our cafeteria team and help provide great meals to our students.

Apply by clicking “Job Opportunities” on the left side of this screen.

  • Free and Reduced Meals are offered to those who qualify. Find out if you are eligible and how to apply by clicking above on the “Free Meals” tab.
  • Manage your child’s lunch account by using our app “SchoolCafe” or going to https://schoolcafe.com. You can also click on the box “Schoolcafe” on the left of the screen.  You can view what food items your child is choosing each day as well as the amount of money being spent daily. You can sign up for low balance reminders and pay on-line using a credit or debit card.
  • Payments of Cash or Checks are accepted daily at each cafeteria. Please add your child’s name to the bottom of your check.  Please place cash in envelope with child’s name, amount and teacher’s name. On-line payments use https://schoolcafe.com
  • Restrictions can be placed on the students account to limit snacks, extras and additional meals. Review our account restriction form by clicking on “Meal Info” tab.  You may also email us to set restrictions.
  • Restrict snacks, extras, or which days your student can buy extras on your their meal account. Review our Account Restriction form by clicking on “Meal Info” tab. You may also email our office to set restrictions.
  • Menus are sent home with elementary and intermediate school students. All campus menus can be viewed by clicking on the “Meal Info” tab
  • Nutrition information is available by clicking on the “Nutrition” tab. For ingredient information please call our office or check with the cafeteria manager. All ingredient labels are kept at the Child Nutrition office. Parents are welcome to stop by anytime to view or make copies.

We are happy to answer any questions.  We appreciate your business!

Your Child Nutrition Team!

Please call us at 817-367-1310 or email at:

Director of Child Nutrition, Adam Whitten  adam.whitten@wsisd.net

Supervisor of Child Nutrition,  Patricia Robles   patricia.robles@wsisd.net

Office Assistant, Marietta Slawinski   mslawinski@wsisd.net

Secretary, Yuridia Carrasco   ycarrasco@wsisd.net


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WSISD Child Nutrition Office | 8224 White Settlement Road | White Settlement, TX 76108 | (817) 367-1310 | Fax (817) 367-1223


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