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Thank you for accessing our Child Nutrition page where you will find information about meal payment options, free and reduced-price meals, menus, and contact information.
 
Sapulpa Public Schools complies with federal and state regulations regarding child nutrition. Our district Wellness Policy outlines our obligations to meet those guidelines and standards. The nutritional brands you trust at home are the brands we trust at school.

FREE OR REDUCED-PRICE MEALS

Meals will not be free for the 2022-23 school year per USDA guidelines. The USDA waivers allowing SPS to serve all students free of charge will expire on July 31, 2022. The National School Lunch and Breakfast Program rules will be in effect for School Year 2022-2023. Students will pay full price for meals, unless approved for free or reduced meals through a meal application or SNAP* benefits.

All students who qualify based on family size and income are approved for free or reduced-price meals. Applications must be approved before benefits can begin. Applications will be sent home with all students or apply online at:

Free and Reduced Meal Application - English

Free and Reduced Meal Application - Spanish

*Please note: If you receive a letter from OKDHS titled "SNAP Expungement Notice," it means your P-EBT benefits will expire if you do not use them soon. Please click here for more information on what to do next.

MEAL PRICES

Breakfast:
$1.75 (all grades)

Lunch:
$2.50 for PreK through 5th grades
$2.75 for 6 and 7th grades
$3 for 8th through 12th grades.

Reduced-Price breakfast - 30 cents (all grades)
Reduced-Price lunch - 40 cents (all grades)

Additional meal and or a la carte items will require additional payment. If your child needs a milk to drink with their meal from home, your child must have funds on their school meal account.

MENUS

We partner with Meal Viewer to notify you of the planned meals each day and its nutritional value. Please select your child's school below for the menu.

Freedom Elementary - Rose Carter, Manager, 918-227-7383 ext. 228
Holmes Park Elementary - Christie Stephens, Manager, 918-227-6800 ext. 2471
Jefferson Heights Elementary - Tina Hester, Manager, 918-224-2028 ext. 6011
Liberty Elementary STEM Academy - Treva Zlata, Manager, 918-224-1492 ext. 1928
Sapulpa Middle School - Judith Ramsay, Manager, 918-224-8441 ext. 2338
Sapulpa Junior/Senior High School - Ann Pfeiffer, Blue Rock Cafe Manager, 918-227-0448
Child Nutrition Department - Hayley Holmes, Director, 918-224-7089 ext. 1217

PAYMENT

Cash, check, money order - These are accepted each day before school and during meal service at all cafeterias. Please use caution when sending cash with elementary children as we cannot be responsible for lost money. When students forget or lose their money for breakfast or lunch we do have a policy that allows students to get a meal that day. Elementary students will be allowed to accumulate up to three lunch and three breakfast charges. Secondary students will be allowed to charge one breakfast and one lunch. Please review our Meal Charge Policy for more details.

Online - We partner with MySchoolBucks.com to provide you with a convenient way to pay for your child's school meals. Signing up is free and it comes with email notifications when your child's account has a low balance.

REFUNDS

Please email a request for a meal refund, along with your name, your student's name(s), the school(s) where your student attends and your mailing address to [email protected]. A refund will be processed. IMPORTANT...if you have an auto draft set up with MySchoolBucks.com, turn the auto draft off before requesting a refund. Otherwise, as soon as your child's account is adjusted to zero, you will be charged for meals again. If you have a younger student in school, balances of students leaving can be transferred to your younger student. Please email [email protected] with the names of the student leaving Sapulpa Public Schools as well as the student remaining, and a transfer will be made.

WELLNESS TOOL

This assessment tool is a collaboration among school administrators, community members, parents, students, and others in an effort to improve the health and wellness of those within our schools. You may review the evaluation here.



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