Cafeteria Information

Savoy ISD Cafeteria Corner

Tammy Littrell, Child Nutrition Director

903-965-4021 x 318

Savoy ISD Child Nutrition Department

Charge Policy

To help monitor your child’s meal account and ensure they always have a positive balance, the district encourages you to take advantage of our online payment system, or you can access it through the Savoy ISD website under the cafeteria tab. You can also send cash or checks with your child. Students will be able to charge up to $30. Students are not allowed to charge a la carte items including ice cream, snacks, or extra milk. Low-balance letters will be sent home via email. Please make sure we have the correct email on file. The Nutrition Director will also send negative balance notices via text. You may also go online and fill out a Free/reduced meal application.

Elementary                                     High School

Breakfast $1.25                          Breakfast $1.75

Lunch $3.00                                    Lunch $3.25



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    U.S. Department of Agriculture

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