• Dear MVISD Parents, if you would like to cancel any “auto-payments” for your children’s cafeteria account during the school closure, please do so by visiting and simply select “stop” recurring payment.

Free & Reduced Meals

  • Medina Valley ISD, Child Nutrition understands that some families have been impacted by COVID 19; if your household has been impacted, you may apply for Free and Reduced meals with your current status.  If your status changes to Free or Reduced, your children will be eligible as Free or Reduced once regular school session returns and they will be eligible through the first 30 calendar days of the upcoming school year.  You may apply online on; if you prefer to fill out a paper application, please feel free to request one from the Manager at one of our current open meal service sites: LaCoste Elementary, Potranco Elementary, Luckey Ranch Elementary, or Medina Valley High School.  You may turn in paper applications at the same sites as well.

Service Revisions Effective 6/8/2020

  • Dear MVISD Parents/Community,
    Due to the participation in meal service, we will keep three school sites open in order to continue servicing the community with free meals.  Lacoste Elementary will be closing with the last day of meals being this Friday, June 5, 2020.  As for the open sites, it'll be Luckey Ranch Elementary, Medina Valley High School, and Potranco Elementary.  The service will continue as curbside (grab and go) and the days will remain the same, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.  Remember, the meals are at no charge to anyone 18 years and younger.  Your participation is greatly appreciated as it helps support our Child Nutrition program.

Service Revisions Effective May 4th

  • Medina Valley Independent School District is happy to continue serving our students meals during the school closure.  Please be advised that our Curbside Meal Service Schedule will be changing effective March 30, 2020.  Additionally, on Serving Days, there will be only one pick up time between 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. On Mondays and Wednesdays we will include “Two Days” of meals; as for Friday, there will be “1 Day” of Meals for that day.  The meal pick up times will be as follows: 

    Monday 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
    Two Breakfast Meals and Two Lunch Meals per Child

    Wednesday 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
    Two Breakfast Meals and Two Lunch Meals per Child

    Friday 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
    1 Breakfast Meal and 1 Lunch Meal per Child

    Medina Valley High School
    Main Entrance Drop Off
    8365 FM 471 South, Castroville, Tx 78009

    LaCoste Elementary School
    Bus Drop Off Area
    16069 Uvalde St, LaCoste, Tx 78039

    Luckey Ranch Elementary School
    Bus Drop Off Area
    12045 Luckey River, San Antonio, Tx 78252

    Potranco Elementary School
    Main Entrance Drop Off
    190 CR 381 South, San Antonio, Tx 78253

    Meals are “Grab and Go” and are no charge.

    Children 18 years and younger may pick up meals at any of these sites.

    Individuals will not be allowed inside the schools.

    Medina Valley ISD, Child Nutrition is now able to offer meals to parents without their children present as long as the Parent/Legal Guardian has the following documents available during the meal pick-up:
    • Official letter/email/electronic school application from school listing children enrolled (does not have to be MVISD)
    • Individual student report cards  (does not have to be MVISD)  
    • Attendance record from parent portal of the school website, printed or electronic, that includes the child names  (does not have to be MVISD)  
    • Student ID cards (does not have to be MVISD)
    We offer free meals to any child 18 years and younger; if the child is not present, the documents provided do not have to be from MVISD
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    U.S. Department of Agriculture Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights 1400 Independence Avenue, SW Washington, D.C. 20250-9410; (2) fax: (202) 690-7442; or (3) email: This institution is an equal opportunity provider.