• No Kid Hungry Texting Line - Families may text "Food" or "Comida" to 877-877 to find free summer meals near them.

  • No Kid Hungry Meal Site Locator - Promote the https://www.nokidhungry.org/find-free-meals website.

  • USDA Summer Meals Hotline - Call 1-866-348-6479. Families will receive assistance to find the location, meal times, and contact information for summer meals based on their full address, city, and/or zip code

 

 

SCHOOL YEAR MEAL PROGRAM

TIA participates in the National School Lunch Program and under the Seamless Summer Option, offers breakfast when students are on campus.  There is no charge to the families.  We do not offer a lunch program at this time. 

When we return to campus, we will distribute five school days worth of breakfasts each Friday from 8am to 3pm from the elementary school campus.  Students do not need to be present for a family member to pick up food for them.

Parents/Guardians can set up an account to pay for lunches through the My MealTime website.  For instructions on how to setup an account and how to find the “Student State ID” number needed to sign up on the site, please use the links below.  

My MealTime instructions

June Breakfast menu

Free and reduced priced meals are available to families who qualify.  Please review the information below.

Free and Reduced Lunch Paper Forms:
English FRL Form  |  Spanish FRL Form

 

Free & Reduced Meals

TIA takes part in the National School Lunch Program. Nutritious meals are served every school day for $3. Free and reduced priced meals are available to families who qualify. If you feel your family may meet the Income Eligibility Guidelines please complete a meal application. Applications are available during registration, in the School Office, or in the food distribution room.  Please complete only one application per household and return the completed application to the School Office. Applicants will receive notice by mail indicating their students’ eligibility once the application has been processed. 

Factors considered in the application process are household size and total household income. HOUSEHOLD SIZE is considered all persons, related or unrelated: Including parents, children, grandparents who live in your home and share living expenses  The TOTAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME is the income each household member received last month before taxes – this includes wages, social security, pension, unemployment, welfare, child support, alimony, and any other cash income.

School Meal Policy

To print a copy of the policy, please click on the image below.

 

The Governing Board intends that, insofar as possible, the school food services shall be a self-supporting, nonprofit program. To increase cost effectiveness, the Head of School or designee shall centralize and direct the purchasing of food and supplies, the planning of menus, and the auditing of all food service accounts for Temecula International Academy. Meals may be sold to students, employees, Board members, and employees. In addition, meals may be sold to other individuals and organizations who are on campus during meal times for a legitimate purpose, such as classroom volunteers, or parents/guardians. Students who are enrolled in the free or reduced-price meal program shall receive meals free of charge or at a reduced price in accordance with National School Lunch Program policies.

Wellness Policy

To print a copy of the policy, please click here.

Wellness Committee

TIA believes in nurturing students in mind, body and spirit. We are hosting a School Wellness Committee to bring together families, staff, community members and students to help us live this vision. 

Our next meeting will take place on January 26 via GoogleMeet at 3pm. We anticipate holding meetings 2-3 times during the school year. If you have any questions, or want to know more about what sort of responsibilities you would have as a member, please contact Lizza Flynn, lflynn@temeculainternational.org

Jan 26 meeting notes

USDA Nondescrimination Statement