Meals & Nutrition

healthy foods

• September 2018 Breakfast Menu (elementary school)
September 2018 Lunch Menu (elementary school)

September 2018 Breakfast Menu (secondary school)
September 2018 Lunch Menu (Middle School)
• September 2018 Lunch Menu (High School)


Nutritious meals are provided to East Austin College Prep students each day by Preferred Meals. For more information about our school meal program, contact Rachel Vela (Preferred Meals Area Manager) at 956.351.9828 or at rachel.vela@preferredmeals.com.



Your Children's Meals May Look and Taste Different This Year
Meals that are part of the National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program are required to meet new nutrition standards established by the federal government. EAPrep has developed menus that meet the new regulations by including the healthy foods required and limiting things like trans fats and sodium. When children are offered these new menu items, they will continue to see balanced meals that are appealing and appetizing like the one pictured here. 

fruits and vegetables
For more on how the new nutrition standards have changed school meals, reach out to Rachel Vela, Area Manager of Preferred Meals at 956.351.9828 or at rachel.vela@preferredmeals.com.


How You Can Help Build Healthy Habits

EAPrep is well poised to meet new requirements for more fruits, vegetables and whole grains. It’s no secret that healthy lifestyles start with good nutrition, and all these school meals will offer the fuel children need to succeed. One thing is clear: healthy food is in. Lend your support by visiting the school cafeteria and enjoy these meals firsthand.



How to Help at Home

  • Put fruits and vegetables out at snack time
  • Try whole grain pastas, cereals, tortillas or bread
  • Offer fat-free or low-fat (1%) milk
  • Season food with herbs for salt-free flavor
  • Grill, broil or bake lean meat

How to Help at School

  • Read the cafeteria menu each week
  • Encourage your child to try new foods at school
  • Reach out to your school nutrition director
  • Make a school lunch date with your child
  • Talk to your children about choosing healthy foods at school and at home
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