Jenks Public Schools to offer free meals to all students through fall semester
In effort to help families and students during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the USDA is making school meals free to all Jenks Public Schools’ students for the remainder of the fall semester, which runs through Dec. 18.
All students enrolled at Jenks Public Schools – whether attending at-school or taking classes online through the Trojan Connect Program – can eat for free.
Students in school can simply go to their site cafeteria for a free meal.
Students enrolled in Trojan Connect may pick up a free meal on the north side of the Central Campus Dining Hall each weekday between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.
Milk will be available a la carte at elementary and intermediate sites. Students at Jenks Middle School and Jenks High School may purchase a second entree and drinks a la carte. All a la carte purchases must be paid for with cash or from money in student meal accounts.
Meals will not be served when school is closed due to inclement weather.