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Free & Reduced Price Meals

ISM participates in the federal Free and Reduced-Price Meals program, and qualifying families who elect to receive free or reduced-price lunches can follow the Boonli process to order free lunches or order and pay the lower rate for reduced-price lunches.

Because ISM receives additional funding for all students who qualify for Free and Reduced-Price Meals, we ask that all families check the eligibility requirements and apply if they believe they have any chance to qualify, even if they do not plan to order free or reduced-price lunches.

Please direct all questions regarding FRPM and all applications for the program to Lisa Wichael-Loomis, Operations Manager, at

Free and Reduced-Price Meal Eligibility Letter and Application

Carta de elegibilidad y la solicitud de comidas gratuitas

For additional support, explore the Women Infants and Children website. WIC provides federal grants to states for supplemental foods, health care referrals, and nutrition education for low-income pregnant, breastfeeding, and non-breastfeeding postpartum women, and to infants and children up to age five who are found to be at nutritional risk.

Revolution Foods & Boonli

We're excited to again contract with Revolution Foods to prepare our fresh lunches and Boonli to provide online ordering for families to select and pay for meals. To register, follow the steps in the Boonli registration letter or simply visit Boonli and follow the instructions to register using the ISM school code: ISM294.

During Distance Learning, ISM and RevFoods will offer two weekly meal kit options: Kid Favorites and Veggie Favorites! Kid Favorites include pepperoni pizza, hot dogs, and baked chicken nuggets. Veggie Favorites include spaghetti, cheese pizza, and cheese tamales. RevFoods aims to use the  highest quality ingredients available. They adhere to strict food standards. The milk is rBST-free (hormone-free). They do not serve fried, overly processed, or microwaved food. There are never any high fructose corn syrup or artificial transfats. They feature foods that are free of artificial preservatives, colors, flavors and sweeteners. Revolution Foods provides fresh fruit, vegetables, and milk with every meal each day.

If you have any questions about Revolution Foods or Boonli, please email Lisa Wichael-Loomis, Operations Manager.

Healthy Eating GuideHealthy Snack Recommendations

Lunch Ordering & Pickup

All ISM families, including those who qualify for Free and Reduced Price Meals, may order one meal kit per week, per student. Parents/guardians or students can pick up the kits each Tuesday in front of the MUR between 11:30am and 1:30pm.

Orders must be submitted by noon Monday the week BEFORE the meal kit is picked up (i.e. 8 days ahead). 

For the health and safety of our staff and community, during pickup all parents/guardians and students must:

  • Wear a mask properly placed over mouth and nose at all times.
  • Approach the campus by walking up the concrete ramp, and leave down the sidewalk and stairs.
  • Maintain 6 feet distance from ISM staff and other family groups at all times.
  • Place a printed Boonli receipt or hand-written copy of each student's name, grade, and Boonli order number on the table then step back. A staff member will verify the meal selections, name, and grade level of each student.
  • Pick up the pre-bagged, selected meals from the table once a staff member has placed them there and stepped back.

Summer Meal Service

Because school has started, summer meal service has ended. Free meals for children 18 and under are no longer available at neighborhood schools, as they were this past spring and summer, unless your child is enrolled in that school. 



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