Food Service

Welcome to the SISD Food Service Department

Breakfast & Lunch Menues

Breakfast August 2018 :   Welder    Sinton Elem     SMS     SHS

Lunch August 2018Welder Pk     Welder     Sinton Elem     SMS     SHS-Main     SHS-Deli     SHS-Pizzaria

BonusAugust Nutrition Activity Page (Feel free to print and enjoy the activities with your children)

2017-2018 SISD Meal Prices

Breakfast: All Students: No charge for the remainder of the remainder of the 17-18 school year.  Students may purchase an extra breakfast meal for $1.20 charge.      Adults: ala-carte prices apply

Lunch: All Students– No charge for students for the remainder of the 17-18 school year.   Students may purchase an extra lunch meal for $2.45 (Grades PK-5) $2.65 (Grades 6-12).

Adult Staff: $4.50 (Adults-Includes Drink)     Visitors: $5.00 (Visitor-Includes Drink)

** Meal applications are not required for the remainder of the 2017-2018 school at the following campuses: Welder Elementary, Sinton Elementary, Smith Middle School and Sinton High School as Sinton ISD is approved by the Texas Department of Agriculture to operate the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) program for the remainder of the 2017-2018 school year which allows Sinton ISD TO provide free breakfast meals and lunch meals to students enrolled in the CEP identified campuses. **


Click below to add money to your child’s meal account




Direct Cafeteria Numbers: 
Welder Elementary Cafe     361-364-6624               Sinton Elementary Cafe     361-364-6910
Middle School Cafe               361-364-6844              High School Cafe                 361-364-6658

Food Service Department
322 South Archer, Sinton, TX (Across from the Administration Building)
Telephone: 361-364-6816
Fax: 361-881-4297
Director: Silke West

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