Belton ISD food truck Belton ISD
Belton ISD’s new B-Town Express Café food truck has helped boost participation by attracting students who do not qualify for subsidized meals.

Food truck boosts district’s paid meal counts

A repurposed school bus converted into a rolling café gives Belton ISD’s middle and high school lunch lines an additional meal option on select days.

A school bus converted into a fully equipped food truck called the B-Town Express Café is helping Belton ISD in Texas boost lunch participation numbers in its middle and high schools, particularly among paid students, a significant consideration for a district where under half (45 percent) of students qualify for free or reduced price meals. 

The district only feed about 60 percent of the paid students in the traditional cafeterias, where most of the customers typically ar

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