WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE A LUNCH ANGEL?
Wylie ISD is committed to providing quality nutrition for the thousands of students that eat with us everyday. Hundreds of these students and their families struggle to meet the financial demands of these meals, resulting in a nearly $40,000 negative balance for the school district.
Families are encouraged to apply for Free/Reduced meals, however many still struggle to maintain their balance. Through the generous donations of selfless individuals, school districts all over the country receive help for this financial burden through donations. If you are able to donate and interested in this cause, together we can relieve this burden for families and continue to assure that Wylie ISD Nutrition Services is able to look out for the best interest of our children.
HOW TO DONATE:
- Visit the Wylie ISD Revtrak web store
- Select "Donation Opportunities"
- Select "Student Nutrition Donation"
- Fill out the donation amount information
- If you have a specific campus you would like your donation to go toward you may enter the name of this school in the text box at the bottom of the page.
Step by Step
Your decision to provide this generous donation will have far-reaching positive effects on the students, the staff, and the entire Wylie District Nutrition Services Program. Please see the instructions below to learn how you can donate today!
Step 1: Visit the Wylie ISD Revtrak Webstore
Step 2: Select "Donation Opportunities"
Step 4: Fill out the donation amount information
Step 5: Enter the name of this school in the text box at the bottom of the page if you wish to donate to a specific campus
Wylie ISD and our students sincerly thank you for your generosity in supporting families.
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