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Student Breakfast Full Price:

FES/FPS/SES - $1.65

Middle School -  $1.75

High School    -  $1.90

Student Breakfast Reduced Price (All):  $.30

Student Lunch Full Price:

FES/FPS/SES - $2.75

Middle School - $3.00

High School    - $3.50

Student Lunch Reduced Price (All):  $.40

Adult Breakfast:  $3.50

Adult Lunch:        $4.50

Now, more kids in Texas can start the school day with a healthy school breakfast.

Beginning Sept. 1 and continuing through the 2023-24 and 2024-25 school years, students who qualify for reduced-price meals will receive breakfast at no cost.

The reduced price ($.40) for lunch still remains.

Please go online at and complete a free and reduced application.

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