Food purchases can be made with cash or by using a cafeteria debit account. During lunch, students access their accounts by scanning their student I.D. badges or by entering their JPS student ID number on P.I.N. pads at each cashier station.
Students may place money on their debit account before school each morning in the Child Nutrition Office. An online payment service is also available at MySchoolBucks.com. Parents may set up a MySchoolBucks account using thier student's ID number. Signing up for a MySchoolBucks account is free, but each payment transaction will result in a $1.95 service fee being added to the amount of the payment. In addition to making online payments, this site also offers free services which allow parents to view their student's balance, purchase history, and sign up for low balance e-mail notifications. Although a great payment option, it is not required and parents may still send money with their students for cafeteria purchases.
Please confirm that the correct site for your student is selected before making your payment.
MySchoolBucks will be unavailable after the last day of June and will be reactivated on August 1
MySchoolBucks Mobil Phone App:
MySchoolBucks offers a mobile app available from your app store for Apple IOS and Android phones.
Lunch Account Refunds:
Excess funds on a student’s account at the end of the year will remain on the account to be used the following year unless a refund is requested. A refund of excess funds may be requested by completing a Lunch Refund Request Form. Forms are available at each site cafeteria manager's office or the form may be printed and mailed to the Child Nutrition Department, 205 East B St., Jenks, OK, 74037. For more information, contact the Child Nutrition Department at 299-4415, ext. 2310.
Elementary students are permitted to charge up to $10.00. Once the allowed charge limit has been reached, students will be offered a sandwich and milk for lunch and a breakfast bread item and milk for breakfast.
Intermediate and Middle School students are permitted to charge up to $5.00. Once the charge limit has been reached, students will be offered a sandwich and milk for lunch and a breakfast bread item and milk for breakfast.
High School and Freshman Academy students will not be permitted to charge to their account, but will be able to receive a sandwich along with milk for lunch and a breakfast bread item and milk for breakfast if needed.
Meal assistance is available through the Federal Free and Reduced Priced Meal Application process.
Parents may contact the cafeteria manager at their student’s school, the Child Nutrition Office, or may view their MySchoolBucks.com account for student account information.
No a la carte items may be charged.
Elementary: Parents will be notified by phone when the charge limit has been met and a weekly, printed, charge letter will be sent home through the classroom teacher.
All other grades: Parents will be notified by phone when the charge limit has been met.
Free & Reduced Meals:
Jenks Public Schools participate in the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs. Meals are available free or at a reduced price for families who qualify under certain income guidelines or who receive SNAP, TANF, or FDPIR. Application information is held in strict confidence and is used solely for program qualification. Applications are available at site cafeterias, principal's offices, the Central Child Nutrition Office and the Enrollment Center. An on-line application option is available at SchoolLunchApp.com.
For further information contact the Child Nutrition Department at 299-4415, ext. 2310.
|Breakfast Meal Prices:|
|Breakfast (all grades)||$1.45|
|Reduced Price Breakfast||$ .30|
|Lunch Meal Prices:|
|Middle School Lunch||$2.55|
|Commercial Pizza Meal||$2.85|
|High School Lunch||$2.55|
|Commercial Pizza Meal||$2.85|
|Reduced Price Lunch||$ .40|
There will be a $15.00 service fee on all returned checks.
|Central Campus||Penny Gise||(918) 299-4415, extension 2210|
|Middle School||Candy Dial||(918) 299-4415, extension 5323|
|East Intermediate||Liz Guinn||(918) 299-4415, extension 5540|
|West intermediate||Teresa Totty||(918) 299-4415, extension 2970|
|East Elementary||Shirley Robinson||(918) 299-4415, extension 5526|
|West Elementary||Betty Hix||(918) 299-4415, extension 5612|
|Southeast Elementary||Pam Brown||(918) 299-4415, extension 5830|
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