• MyPlate

    Offering foods that are beneficial to the overalll health and well being of our children is vital in the development of healthy eating habits. Trinity Basin Preparatory strives to serve food that is high quality, great tasting and highly nutritious. We partner with Twelve Oaks Catering, an organization who we have built a trusted relationship with to ensure quality meals for our students each and every day.

    "Trinity Basin Preparatory strives to achieve the greatest level of nurtition by providing a variety of made from scratch foods."
    Juan Lopez, Child Nutrition Coordinator 

TBP Offers

    • Whole fruit for both breakfast and lunch.
    • Vegetables that contain nutrients and health benifits.
    • One cup of milk daily at both breakfast and lunch.
    • Various whole grains and limits the amount of processed grain.
    • Protien every day because it helps the body grow.

Lunch Applications

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