Food Services
Rhonda Kennedy, Food Services Manager
Alicia Jordon, Food Services Assistant Manager
Menus & Meal Prices
New Prices for 2019-2020

Breakfast - Menu / All Grades                  
              Breakfast Prices       
              Student - $1.50       Adult - $2.00
              Reduced-price (PK-12) - $.30 (Must qualify through Free and Reduced-price Lunch Application process)
Brunch - Menu (6th-12th)

Lunch Menus - PK Menu K-6th Menu       7th-8th Menu      9th-12th Menu    
              Lunch Prices       
              Elementary (PK-6th) - $2.50     Secondary (7th-12th) - $2.75          Adult - $3.75
              Reduced-price (PK-12) - $.40 (Must qualify through Free and Reduced-price Lunch Application process)
Multi-Line7th-12th Menu


PK - K 10:30am - 11:00am
1st - 2nd Grades 11:00am - 11:30am
3rd - 4th Grades 11:15am - 11:45am
5th - 6th Grades 11:30am - 12:00pm
Junior High Lunch 12:25pm - 1:00pm
High School Lunch 12:30pm - 1:05pm
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Secure online prepayment service 
Notice: If you are having trouble finding your student(s), please be sure that you are entering a 6 digit student ID. If your label had an ID # with less than 6 digits, please add zeros in front of the number until your have 6 numbers. Also, it is case sensitive on the first and last names.

Covington ISD

FREE Summer Meals




(254) 854-2215 ext 39

First Day


Last Day


Days of Operation

Mondays ONLY


12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Meal Types Served

Breakfast and Lunch

Complete an order and pick up meals for the 5 days of the week on Monday ONLY

Order form is available every Friday at 6:00 pm until Sunday at midnight. 

Order Form

Summer Feed

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