Forms and Resources

Transfers, Donations, and Refunds

If you wish to transfer money to a sibling’s account, donate funds to a student in need, or request a refund on your student’s account, please complete this form so that your request may be processed.

Reminder! Do you use SchoolCafé? Do you have automatic payment set up at SchoolCafé? Please turn it off by unchecking the box at the SchoolCafé website.

Parent Lunch Account Preference Forms

The Child Nutrition Department understands that you may want to place restrictions on your child's spending limits, or restrict specific items from being purchased. Parents who wish to do so must complete an Account Preference form and return the form to the Child Nutrition office at 12050 Rolater Road, Frisco, Texas 75035, or send via email to This form is only in effect for the school year in which it was submitted. Please note:  if you are restricting your student from purchasing anything from the account, if student comes to school without food, if food is damaged/destroyed during the school day, or emergency meals are required to be served at this campus, student will be allowed to purchase a meal.  

Special Events Forms

The Special Events forms below must be completed and returned to the Child Nutrition Programs District Office.  

  • Special Events After Hours Form (FOR STAFF USE ONLY.  Form is available in the FISD Resource Center.)

  • Sack Lunch Order Form (FOR STAFF USE ONLY.  Form is available in the FISD Resource Center.)

  • Special Food Order Agreement (FOR STAFF USE ONLY.  Form is available in the FISD Resource Center.)

SchoolCafé Help Guides

Applying Online for Free/Reduced Lunch Help Guide
Account Creation Help Guide

Free & Reduced Lunch Program Forms

Applications for the 2021-22 school year may now be (a) completed electronically at, (b) printed directly from the Frisco ISD website, or (c) picked up from your student’s campus or the Child Nutrition District office. Applications received electronically at are processed more quickly. All paper applications must be submitted in the original form with original signature. NOTE: We can only process applications for the current school year. Please submit only one form per household. 

Please note: all Frisco ISD students will be able to receive free breakfast and lunch during the 2021-22 school year, and the application is not required. However, families are still strongly encouraged to complete the application, as there are a number of additional benefits that students can receive when a family qualifies and shares their eligibility status.

Nutrition Resources

Want to learn more about child nutrition and how to fuel your child for success? Check out the links below or Ask the Dietitian.

  • FISD Wellness Policy supports the general wellness of all students by implementing measurable goals to promote sound nutrition and student health and to reduce childhood obesity.

  • Square Meals has information from Texas Department of Agriculture who governs the child and special nutrition programs for the State of Texas.

  • Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) has up-to-date information, recipes, FAQs and tips on food allergies.

  • Healthier Generation (Alliance for a Healthier Generation). The American Heart Association and the William J. Clinton Foundation joined forces in May 2005 to create a healthier generation by addressing childhood obesity.

  • School Nutrition Association (SNA) is a national, nonprofit professional organization who provides high-quality, low cost meals to students across the country.

  • KidsHealth offers advice on children’s health, behaviors, and growth from before birth through the teen years.

  • What’s on your plate? USDA’s My Plate provides healthy eating tips, recipes and resources to support building healthy and budget-friendly meals.

  • USDA’s Nutrition website offers credible information to help you make healthful eating choices.

  • USDA Food & Nutrition Services provides information on a healthful diet and nutrition education in a way that supports American agriculture and inspires public confidence.

  • The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is committed to improving the nation’s health and advancing the profession of dietetics through research, education and advocacy.

  • Action for Healthy Kids helps kids thrive by bringing families and school together to ensure student have access to safe places to play and be active, nutritious foods, and healthy supportive experiences.

  • Fuel up to Play 60 focuses on encouraging youth to consume nutrient-rich foods and achieve at least 60 minutes of physical activity each day.

  • The Institute of Child Nutrition is dedicated to applied research, education and training, and technical assistance for child nutrition programs.

  • Kids Gardening creates opportunities for kids to learn and grow through gardening, engaging their natural curiosity and wonder with garden-based activities, garden lesson plans and growing ideas. 

  • Nutrition for Kids: Games, Activities & Printable Lesson Plans

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