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                    Leonard Elementary Meal Viewer                                        Leonard INT, JH, & HS Meal Viewer

                                     FREE MEALS FOR ALL KIDS 18 YEARS AND YOUNGER!! 

USDA has extended a waiver for all students to receive breakfast and lunch meals at no cost through the end of the 20-21 school year. This extends to the community as well as school age children. All children 18 years and younger can receive a free breakfast and lunch meal.

Leonard ISD Child Nutrition Services began offering no cost meals on Sept. 21, 2020 and will extend through May 2021.

In Person Learners will continue to go through the line and say their name or their District Lunch Number to be counted at the Point of Sale. The students meal account will not be charged for breakfast and lunch meals.

At home learners will be able to pick up lunch (and breakfast for the next day) at Leonard Elementary School, 300 E Hackberry St., Leonard. Monday through Friday from 10:00 am to 10:45 am at the parent pick up and drop off location behind the elementary school.

Children of the Community who are 18 years and younger may also receive free breakfast and lunch meals at the same location Monday through Friday from 10:00 am to 10:45 am.

We will follow the school calendar located at and will not serve meals if school is closed.

Menus will be posted in the Leonard Graphic

Please email Sherry Cooper, Child Nutrition Director at or Linda Fisher at or call 903-587-4012 or 903-587-4011 for further guidance or if you have any questions. 

No Child Present/Parent Pick up: Parents are not required to bring their children to pick up meals. If the child is not present we may ask you for documentation such as a birth certificate if the child is not in school.           

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Food Services Online Payment Service

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School Meal Payment Options and Unpaid Meals Policy

Leonard ISD (“LISD”) offers multiple methods to fund a school meal account.

Pre-payments online: To pay online, please go to click on sign up here (if new user) or account login. My School Bucks has a FREE mobile app that is available for both iPhone and Android users in the App Store or Play Store. The service is easy to use, convenient, private and secure. Parents can view student transaction history, account balance, and pay for multiple students on one parent account; you can make multiple deposits in a single transaction. Payments can be made by credit card, debit card, or electronic check in a single transaction. There is a convenience fee of $2.49 charged to parent/guardian to use this service for payments only, not to view transactions/balances. The service is available 24/7.

Check: Make checks payable to Campus Name Cafeteria (Example: Leonard Elementary Cafeteria for PK-3) or (Leonard High School Cafeteria for 4-12) and send to cafeteria. Include the student’s name(s) and if possible student ID number(s) on the check, and if splitting among multiple students please put the amount to put into each student's account.

Cash: Cash can be brought to your child’s school cafeteria with name and student’s ID number, or students can pay with cash on a daily basis.

Students Charges: LISD strongly discourages meal charges, but we understand that an occasional emergency makes it necessary. Parents/guardians are encouraged to utilize our online system ( to monitor student balances. If this situation occurs, we recommend the parents/guardians contact the district child nutrition to discuss options. If this is a temporary situation, the free and reduced meal program is available throughout the school year.

The following policies will apply regarding meal charges.

A la carte Food: Students with negative balances may not charge a la carte items. Adult Meals: Adults staff members may charge meals, but all adult meal accounts must be paid monthly upon receiving a monthly paycheck.

Negative Balance: Any negative balance on the student(s) cafeteria account is the responsibility of the parent/guardian. The grace period for the charge policy is the 30 calendar days. If a student’s meal account has a negative balance, parents/guardians will receive weekly notifications by LISD’s automated messaging system. If a full payment or payment arrangements are not made by the end of the grace period, a Leonard ISD Administrator will be notified in order to collect the negative balance.


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Food Services Director
Sherry Cooper (903)587-4012

High School Cafeteria Manager
Tammy McEachern (903)587-4010

Elementary Cafeteria Manager
Linda Fisher (903)587-4011

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