Boone Elementary School

District Notes

 Click here to visit the District's "Let's Talk" link, for the latest information and answers to your questions during the school closure.

The district is hosting a series of community conversations to resume the repurposing process for the Anita Ferrales Coy, former Pease Elementary and former Rosedale School sites.
Participants will discuss potential new uses for each site based on community feedback from earlier engagement and findings from site assessments and feasibility studies.

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Schools Participating in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) for the 2022-23 school year: 

Pre-K and Early Childhood Centers: Uphaus ECC, Child/Infant Development Center

Elementary Schools: Allison, Andrews, Barrington, Blackshear, Blanton, Blazier, Boone, Brown, Campbell, Casey, Cook, Cunningham, Dawson, Galindo, Govalle, Graham, Guerrero-Thompson, Harris, Hart, Houston, Jordan, Joslin, Kocurek, Langford, Linder, McBee, Menchaca, Norman-Sims, Oak Springs, Odom, Ortega, Overton, Padron, Palm, Pecan Springs, Perez, Pickle, Pillow, Pleasant Hill, Rodriguez, Sanchez, St. Elmo, Sunset Valley, Travis Heights, Walnut Creek, Widen, Williams, Winn, Wooldridge, Wooten, Zavala

Middle Schools: Bedichek, Burnet, Dobie, Garcia YMLA, Lively, Martin, Mendez, Paredes, Sadler Means YWLA, Webb

High Schools: Akins ECHS, Crockett ECHS, Eastside ECHS, Garza Independence, GPA at Navarro, GPA at Travis, International, LBJ ECHS, Navarro ECHS, Northeast ECHS, Travis ECHS

Other Campuses: Alternative Learning Center, Rosedale School

What is the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP)?


The CEP is a meal service option for schools in low-income areas that allows districts to serve free breakfast and lunch to all enrolled students without collecting meal benefit applications. 


How CEP Affects Meal Service and Programs:

  • There are minimal changes to the way we will serve meals at your campus for the 2022-23 school year. 
  • No registration is required for students to dine at school, they may simply walk through the serving line on any day and select their meal during designated breakfast and lunch times.
  • Students may receive one free breakfast meal and one free lunch meal daily.  
  • Schools offering breakfast in the classroom will continue this service method, with teachers checking off the number of students who take a full meal each morning. 
  • If a child would like more food while dining in the cafeteria, students at any level may purchase an additional full meal or individual components using cash or funds on their SchoolCafé account.
  • All campuses will offer healthy à la carte Smart Snacks available for purchase.  Students may purchase using cash or funds on their SchoolCafé account.  Parents may set à la carte restrictions on a student's account by contacting their café manager.
  • CEP schools maintain eligibility to provide free meals for students participating in afterschool enrichment programs, including clubs, fine arts, and athletics.  

  • AISD CACFP Afterschool Meals Application
  • AISD Afterschool Snack Application

While all meals are free for all students at your school, Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) guidelines prohibit us from providing free adult meals for teachers, staff, or guests.  Staff may purchase school meals with cash or check in the cafe.  Staff may make online pre-payments by setting up a SchoolCafe employee account, following the instructions linked here.  Online payments are subject to a processing fee. 

Click here to see Changes to Public Comment at AISD Board Meetings.

Click here to see the notice from the Superintendent regarding the School Changes Update.

Below are links for the District notices for asbestos and pest control management.