Welcome to the Department of Child Nutrition
1810 W. Detroit, 74012, 918.259.4565; Fax: 918.251.9095
We, as the Child Nutrition Programs Department, have a vision to serve the best quality meals to the students and staff of Broken Arrow Public Schools, to promote healthy and nutritious choices in a fun and friendly atmosphere, provide support, education and information to the students, staff, parents and the community of Broken Arrow.
Our school menu's are located under the above "Breakfast/Lunch Menus" tab.
Elementary Breakfast - $0.95
Elementary Lunch - $1.90
Middle School Breakfast - $0.95
Middle School Lunch - $2.25
High School Breakfast - $0.95
High School Lunch - $2.25 - $2.75
Adult Meals (Teachers, staff, and visitors)
Breakfast - $1.50
Lunch - $3.00 - $3.50 (Premium Meals include Chicken Strips, Premium Chicken Sandwich, Subway, as well as other items)
Free/Reduced Meal Information
Broken Arrow Public Schools participates in the National School Lunch Program, and through this program students have access to free and reduced rates for breakfast and lunch. Students who wish to participate in the program must enroll or re-enroll for the 2013-2014 school year by filling out an application. The Free/Reduced meal application needs to be filled out each year.
Free/Reduced meal paper applications are available at school sites, the Enrollment Center, or at the Child Nutrition Department. We are happy to provide assistance if you need help filling out the application.
Free/Reduced meal applications can also be filled out online. The link to the "Free/Reduced Meals Application" is located under the "Quick Links" area to the right.
Please click here for eligibility scale for the Free/Reduced Program.
These applications are due by October 4, 2013.
MySchoolBucks - Online payments
NEW MOBILE PHONE APP NOW AVAILABLE!!
Online payments for school meals can be made using MySchoolBucks. The link is under the "Quick Links" area to the right. Parents may visit this website to set up a child's account, as long as they have their child's student ID number.
My SchoolBucks now has a mobile app available from your app store for Apple IOS and Android phones.
Each transaction results in a $1.95 fee. On the site, parents may see their child's balance, view purchase history and sign up for e-mail notifications if balances become low. Although a great option for parents, the online system is not required as parents may still send money with students for lunch and breakfast purchases.
Elementary Students - Students who's accounts have a charge of $10 for insufficient funds will no longer be able to charge and will receive a sack lunch that consists of a sandwich along with a milk and for breakfast toast with milk. The Child Nutrition Department will notify parents when their child reaches this situation. Parents will be offered assistance by providing the Federal Free and Reduced paperwork.
Middle School- Students who's accounts have acharge of $5 for insufficient funds will no longer be able to charge and will receive a sack lunch that consists of a sandwich along with a milk and for breakfast toast with milk. The Child Nutrition Department will notify parents when their child reaches this situation. Parents will be offered assistance by providing the Federal Free and Reduced paperwork.
High School - Students will not be able to charge meals to their account, but will be able to receive a sandwich with milk for lunch and toast with milk for breakfast if needed. Parents needing assistance or wishing information about the Federal Free and Reduced program will be provided this information upon request.
Site CN Managers will send home notification to parents in their students backpack and by phone in an effort to avoid these situations. If there is a chronic situation or neglect is a concern a counselor and/or administrator will be notified of the situation.
If you have questions about your child's account, please contact the cafeteria manager at their school, or contact the Child Nutrition office.
Questions regarding free and reduced applications, online meal payments and special dietary needs can be directed to the Child Nutrition Department at 918-259-4565 or send an e-mail to one of the following:
Director of Child Nutrition
Nutrition Education Coordinator