USDA National School Lunch Meal Components
High School Middle Intermediate Elementary
|1-2||Fruit Servings||1||Fruit Serving||1||Fruit Serving||1||Fruit Serving|
|1-2||Vegetable Servings||1-2||Vegetable Servings||1-2||Vegetable Servings||1-2||Vegetable Servings|
|1||Grain Serving||1||Grain Serving||1||Grain Serving||1||Grain Serving|
|1||Protein Serving||1||Protein Serving||1||Protein Serving||1||Protein Serving|
|1||Milk Serving||1||Milk Serving||1||Milk Serving||1||Milk Serving|
JPS participates in the Offer vs. Serve program. This allows students to choose at least
three of the five meal components, one of which must be a fruit or vegetable, to qualify as a
USDA approved meal.
|Pat Meadows||Lois Casey|
|Director of Child Nutrition||Assistant Director|
|(918) 299-4415, extension 2209||(918) 299-4415, extension 2552|
|Cindy Brown||Joyce Chaplin|
|Student Accounts||Free/Reduced Meal Program|
|(918) 299-4415, extension 2452||(918) 299-4415, extension 2310|
|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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