1810 W. Detroit | 918-259-4565 | Fax: 918-251-9095
The vision of the Child Nutrition Program at Broken Arrow Public Schools is to serve the best quality meals to its students and staff. In addition to promoting healthy and nutritious food options in a fun and friendly atmosphere, this program provides support, education and information to the students, staff, parents and Broken Arrow patrons.
Visit the breakfast and lunch menus webpage for updated monthly posted menus.
Breakfast and Lunch Prices
Early Childhood Centers Breakfast - $0.95
Early childhood Centers Lunch - $1.75
Elementary Breakfast - $1.05
Elementary Lunch - $2.00
Middle School Breakfast - $1.05
Middle School Lunch - $2.35
High School Breakfast - $1.05
High School Lunch - $2.35 - $2.85
Free/Reduced Meal Information
Broken Arrow Public Schools participates in the National School Lunch Program. Through this program, students may qualify for free and reduced rates for breakfast and lunch based on household size and income.
Students who wish to participate in the program must enroll or re-enroll for each school year by filling out an online application. Applications forms are also available at the school sites, Enrollment Center or Child Nutrition Department. Applications are now being accepted for the 2017-18 school year.
Please note that applications are not being accepted for the upcoming 2018-19 school year until after July 1, 2018. Applications that are submitted before the July 1, 2018 date will not be processed.
MySchoolBucks - Online Payments
Online payments for school meals can be made using MySchoolBucks. Parents are able to set up an account with their child's student ID number. In addition, MySchoolBucks has a mobile app available for Apple IOS or Android phones. Each transaction results in a $2.49 fee.
Through MySchoolBucks, parents can see their child's balance, view purchase history and sign up for email notifications should balances become low. Although a great option for parents, the online system is not required, and parents may still send money with students for lunch and breakfast purchases.
The Child Nutrition Department utilizes Nutrikids, an award-winning, nationally recognized computer software. Nutrikids processes free/reduced applications, assists in weekly meal planning and tracks inventory, in addition to acting as the point-of-sale program.
Elementary Students - Students whose accounts have a charge of $10 for insufficient funds will no longer be able to charge. These students will receive breakfast toast with milk for breakfast and a sandwich with milk for lunch. The Child Nutrition Department will notify parents when their child reaches this situation. Parents will be offered assistance by providing the Free/Reduced paperwork.
Middle School - Students whose accounts have a charge of $5 for insufficient funds will no longer be able to charge. These students will receive breakfast toast with milk for breakfast and a sandwich with milk for lunch. The Child Nutrition Department will notify parents when their child reaches this situation. Parents will be offered assistance by providing the Free/Reduced paperwork.
High School - Students will not be able to charge meals to their account but will be able to receive breakfast toast with milk for breakfast and a sandwich with milk for lunch, if needed. Parents needing assistance through the Free/Reduced program will be provided with information upon request.
School site child nutrition managers will send notification home to parents in their student's backpack and will call 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, please contact your child's cafeteria manager at their school or contact the Child Nutrition office at 918-259-4565.