• Food Truck  
    B-Town Express Food Truck
    The Food Truck will be back Next School Year! 

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  • Belton ISD Nutrition Services is an award winning department, with several outstanding recognitions.

    2017-18: Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program Participant: provided all enrolled students at Miller Heights Elementary school with a variety of free fresh fruits and vegetables twice a week-separate from the Lunch or Breakfast meal.
    2016: The Perfect Peach Award from Texas Department of Agriculture for using local products and working tirelessly throughout the year to prepare healthy school meals and support our students' academic goals.
    2015: 2015 Local Products Challenge from Texas Department of Agriculture for supporting local and regional farmers by the inclusion of Texas ingredients in meals served.
    2015: The Healthier US School Challenge Bronze Award  from the United States Department of Agriculture for working to support and improve the health of our children and community through healthy menus, nutrition education, and physical education.
    2014: 2014 Local Products Challenge from Texas Department of Agriculture for using local products to promote student health and strengthen local economies.   
    2013: Distinguished Performance Associated with the Summer Food Service Program from Texas Department of Agriculture for 15 years of program tenure and a commitment to healthier futures for Texas children.

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