Child Nutrition


    USDA Extends Free School Meals Through 2021-2022 School Year 

    Judson ISD students will receive free lunch and breakfast meals during the 2021- 2022 schoolyear with special funding authorized by the United States Department of Agriculture.  For meals to be free for students, they must be compliant with USDA regulations.  Second meals and a la carte items will be available for purchase.  

    Research shows students learn better when they are well nourished.  Healthy eating has been linked to higher grades, better memory, more alertness, faster information processing, and improved health leading to better school attendance.  

    We encourage our students to join us for well-balanced, free meals in one of our cafeterias every school day. Our menus are available online at: 

    We look forward to serving you.  Questions? 

    Please call 210-945-6720 for more information. Thank you!

    Child Nutrition is Here to Serve You.


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    Even though all students are eligible for FREE meals this school year,    

    Judson ISD will be accepting free and reduced applications.  Families are encouraged to complete an application since it will benefit the school and qualify eligible students for potential P-EBT benefits and free meals during next year’s 30-day carryover period. The information collected from the Free and Reduced Program is used to establish other federal funding  rates such as the E-Rate program used for technology. 

    Applications will be provided in the fall and will be available at all schools, online, and at the Child Nutrition office throughout the schoolyear. 

    This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

Contact Us

  • Beveylon Concha

    Beveylon Concha
    Executive Director of Child Nutrition
    (210) 945-6720


    210 School Street
    Converse, TX 78109
    Hours: 7:30 - 4:00 


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    Free/Reduced Lunch App



    Farm Fresh Challenge Recognition

    The Texas Department of Agriculture has recognized Judson ISD Child Nutrition for successfully meeting the Farm Fresh Challenge at a high level to Eat Local, Teach Local, and Be Social. This effort not only brings the freshest possible foods to our students, but it also educates and exposes them to a variety of new foods while supporting local farmers and ranchers who provide quality product for our kitchens. A win-win we're proud of at Judson ISD!