Food Services


Food Services Provides Breakfast, Lunch and Snacks to Students and District Staff:

The Food and Nutrition Services Department, in cooperation with site principals, operates school breakfast and lunch programs for the District. Menus are planned by the Food and Nutrition Services Manager and staff to ensure compliance with regulations established by the State of Texas and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Feedback from school sites and the Site Based Committee is taken into consideration when planning menus. The Nutrition center houses the Office of the Food Services Manager; Food Services Purchasing, Cafeteria Accounting, Food Services Preparation, and Lunch Application and Income Verification functions; and the Food Services Storage.                           

Wellness and Health Policy FFA(Local)


        December Menu

       Optional Lunch Order Form

       Field Trip Lunch Request      



"MySchoolBucks.COM", a safe and convenient system for online prepayments and nutrition education. gives our Veribest parents a fast, easy, and secure way to view their child's account purchases and updated meal balances. When their child’s meal balance gets low, money can be added to their account from the convenience of their home or office. Participating in your Veribest school’s meal program has never been easier. is provided by Lunch Byte Systems, Inc., the leading maker of school food service management tools.


Free and Reduced Lunches:

The Free and Reduced Lunch Program provides students from eligible families with a free or reduced lunch at school.

Your children may be eligible for free or reduced-price meals if:
  • Your family receives government food stamps
  • Your family receives Aid for Needy Families with Children (ANFC)
  • Your family income is at, or less than, the levels listed below.
Applications for free and reduced meals are available from the school office.  All applications will be kept confidential.

The Child Nutrition and WIC Reauthorization Act of 2004 has established that once a household is approved for free and reduced-price benefits, the household will remain eligible for those benefits for the remainder of the school year plus a maximum of 30 operating days after the first operating day in the following school year.

This means the household is no longer required to report changes in circumstances, such as an increase in income, a decrease in household size, or when the household is no longer certified as eligible for food stamps or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF).

            2018-2019 Income Eligibility Guidelines

If your household income meets the guidelines in the chart below, your children may qualify for free or reduced-price meals.  Texas Department of Agriculture Guidelines:

For more information about Food and Nutrition Services, contact:

Food and Nutrition Services Manager
Veribest Independent School District
10062 FM Hwy 380, Veribest TX 76886
Phone: (325) 655-2851