Payments and Price Lists
View Payment FAQs | Frisco ISD Meal Charging Policy
Frisco ISD uses SchoolCafé for online meal account prepayments. Once you set up the account you can use SchoolCafé to:
See how much money is in your student’s cafeteria account 24/7
Deposit funds instantly via the web to ensure your student won’t lose or forget lunch money
View student’s cafeteria purchases to track spending and ensure your child is making healthy choices
Set reminders to notify you each time the balance is low (auto-pay also available)
To set up your SchoolCafé account, ensure you have the 6-digit student ID for each student in your household. Student ID’s can be obtained by contacting the front office of your child’s campus.
Second, visit www.schoolcafe.com/FRISCOISD and follow the on-screen instructions or the account creation help guide.
You can also access your account on your Apple or Android device by downloading the SchoolCafé app.
Other Payment Methods
Payments to the meal account may also be made by cash or check at your student's cafeteria. Checks should be made payable to Frisco ISD Child Nutrition and must include your current, full and accurate name, address, telephone number, driver’s license number and state, along with the student ID number of all students for which payment is being made. View the FISD check acceptance policy.
Low Balance Reminders
Parents will receive low balance phone call reminders via School Messenger. You may opt out of these calls by submitting this online form. Please allow 24-48 hours for the restriction to take effect. If you have requested your number to be blocked in the past, your number is still blocked.
A waiver from the USDA that allowed Frisco ISD to offer free breakfast and lunch to all students regardless of family income was not extended by the federal government. As a result, school cafeterias will return to normal sales during the 2022-2023 school year. Lunch will be $2.75 for elementary students and $3.75 for middle and high school students. Breakfast will be $2 for all students.
WHAT MAKES A MEAL?
Meal prices require students to choose a minimum of three of the following components, and one component must be a fruit or vegetable:
A LA CARTE PRICING
Students who do not choose a complete meal or request additional servings will be charged a la carte prices. See the full price list.
Free & Reduced Application
Families with low household income are encouraged to apply for meal benefits in order to receive free meals.