• Grandview ISD Meal Charging and Unpaid Meal Policy


    At Grandview ISD, we want all students to receive healthy nutritious meals.  In order to run our three cafeterias efficiently, we are unable to operate with large outstanding balances.  We have put a $10.00 charge limit in place to allow for unforeseeable emergencies.  You can help us keep your students healthy and happy by making sure students have money in their lunch account to avoid receiving an alternate meal.  We have put the following systems in place to avoid serving an alternate meal:

    • Grandview ISD Food Service Director will send out emails weekly to parents/guardians if their student has a balance due
    • Grandview ISD Food Service Director will send home letters in the folders of Elementary students if they have a balance due on a weekly basis
    • Parents may view cafeteria charges and balance on K12 Payment Center at any time
    • Grandview ISD Food Service Director is available at 817-866-4500 for questions

    If your child has a balance of $10.00, an alternate meal will be served

    Parents may pay for breakfast/lunches in the following ways:

    • Cash or check to the office or cafeteria staff
    • Online payments can be made through K12 Payment Center @ https://www.k12paymentcenter.com/
    • You can always check your balance through K12 Payment Center or a call to the food service director @ 817-866-4500

    Grandview ISD Cafeteria Goals are:

    • To provide nutritious healthy meals to all children
    • To treat all students with dignity and respect
    • To maintain a positive experience for your child during meal times
    • To promote parents’ responsibility for meal payments and self-responsibility of the students if age appropriate


    Grandview ISD will practice the following strategies to collect unpaid meal charges:

    • Communicate privately with individual families about their student’s outstanding balance by the following
      • Send email notifications to households
      • Mail letters to households
      • Phone calls to households