Nutrition Services

  • Wylie ISD is committed to ensuring remote learning students will continue to have access to breakfast and lunch. As we begin to welcome students back to school this fall, Wylie ISD Student Nutrition is excited to provide daily curbside meal pick-up for remote learners. 

    Curbside Pickup at Campus Locations

    All students and families must remain in their vehicles.

    Groves Elementary School
    1100 McCreary Road
    Wylie, Texas 75098
    12:00 noon - 1:00 p.m.
    Meals served from the back drive at Groves
    Hartman Elementary School
    510 S. Birmingham Street
    Wylie, Texas 75098
    12:00 noon - 1:00 p.m.
    Meals served from the back drive at Hartman

    Meal Pick-Up Process

    Parents, guardians and older siblings will be able to pick up student meals with proof of the student’s identity (name, enrolled school campus, student ID number). 


    You can view our remote learning rotational menu that is available for curbside pickup at the above locations.

    Meal Costs and Payment (*UPDATE 12/1/2020)

    Starting on Monday, October 5, 2020 and going through the end of the 2020-21 school year (or while USDA funds are available), Wylie ISD Student Nutrition Department will provide FREE meals at no charge to ALL students as part of the Seamless Summer Option (SSO) program sponsored by the USDA and the Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA).

    Free breakfast and lunch will be available for in-person learners in the school cafeteria and remote learners through the curbside pickup at the following two locations: Groves Elementary School and Hartman Elementary School from 12:00-1:00 p.m. Monday-Friday. All children 18 years or younger are eligible for the curbside pickup meals at no charge. Documentation providing guardianship is required if a parent picks up meals without a student present: student ID, student ID number, report card, Skyward Family Access enrollment page, or birth certificate.

    A la carte items, are not included with the free breakfast or lunch meal and will be available for purchase in the school cafeteria. Meal charges incurred before Monday, October 5th, will still be owed as an outstanding balance.

    The Student Nutrition Department encourages families to continue to submit meal applications for the Free and Reduced Meal Program so that qualifying students will still receive meal benefits for 30 days of the new school year or when USDA funds are no longer available.

    Meal Prices

    • Reduced breakfast $0.30
    • Reduced lunch $0.40
    • Paid breakfast $1.50
    • Paid lunch (elementary & intermediate) $2.70
    • Paid lunch (junior high) $2.85
    • Paid lunch (high school) $3.00