Welcome to Food Services
Food Services is committed to creating healthy school environments that support life-long wellness for students by increasing healthy choices and limiting access to minimally nutritious snacks and beverages. Howe ISD participates in the National School Lunch and National School Breakfast Programs. We offer a hot nutritious breakfast and lunch meals which meet the requirements of the NSLP and NSBP. We encourage students to participate in the breakfast meal program as students learn better when attending class after consuming a nutritious breakfast.
For questions or concerns, please contact Brett Williams | P. 903-532-3346
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