Welcome to the KCISD Food Services Page
Beginning with the 2018-2019 School Year, all KCISD students at all 3 campuses will be provided both breakfast and lunch for FREE. Yes, your students will be eating free. This is due to a federal program called Community Eligibility Provision or CEP. The CEP program provides students with meals at no cost without requiring Contracting Entities (CEs) to collect free and reduced price meal household applications. This program will continue for the next four years until the Fall of 2023.
Students will still be able to purchase ala cart items if they have funds available. Parents may still access student accounts to add money for ala cart items via Skyward Family Access.
Students and Staff will continue to need their KCISD Identification Badge in order to purchase meals and ala cart items in the campus cafeterias. KCISD Food Service can't wait to serve you!
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