The mission of Tulsa Public Schools’ Child Nutrition department is to provide excellent meals and nutrition education to enhance the learning experience for every student, every day, without exception. We are committed to operate a Child Nutrition Program with an emphasis on food standards and customer service. In doing this, we strive to create a great working environment; providing the time, tools and training our employees need to achieve our mission.
Tulsa Public Schools is participating in a no charge breakfast and lunch program for elementary students for the 2016-2017 school year. The program is called the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP), which is a USDA program providing the funds.
All elementary students may participate in the School Breakfast and National School Lunch program, receiving a healthy breakfast and lunch at no charge. Parents will only be charged for any second meals or ala carte items such as chips, cookies or frozen custard.
Child Nutrition Needs Catering and Cafeteria Workers!
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