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CHILD NUTRITION

Prepare for the School Year and Help Pryor Secure Needed Funding: Please Complete an Application for Free/Reduced Meals

According to the USDA, breakfast and lunch will NOT be free to all students for the 2022-23 school year, so completing the free and reduced meal application is incredibly important. Students may qualify for free and reduced rates for breakfast and lunch based on household size and income. 
Each application helps the district with state aid funding, which ties directly into every district program and department. Many special services are made possible as a result of the district’s free and reduced percentage. We strongly encourage parents/guardians to have applications completed by September 21 to ensure they are approved by October 1. 
 
Please take a moment to fill out an application. The application is available by paper in the Administration office and your child’s school office, or an online form can be found on our school website. If you have any questions about the application process, feel free to contact the district at 918-825-1255.
 
Thank you, 
Amy Floch
Director of Child Nutrition

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It's a Great Day to be a Tiger!

Our district served over 20,000 breakfast meals to students and over 35,000 student lunches in the month of September!

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Meal Prices Reduced Price Breakfast: $30.00
Reduced Price Lunch: $40.00

Full Price Breakfast: $1:00
Full Price Elementary Lunch: $1.20

Full Price Secondary Lunch: $1.45

You may fill out a free/reduced meal form at any time to see if you qualifty for free or reduced price meals.

P-EBT Information

For summer 2022 P-EBT benefits, children must have met both of the following requirements:

  1. As of May 2022, must  have been enrolled in a school district that participated in the federal free and reduced-price meal program. 
  2. Must have been eligible for free or reduced-price school meals through one of the following ways:
  • Applied and approved for the program.
  • Being directly certified through participation in programs like SNAP.
  • Attended a school that provided free meals to all students prior to the pandemic. 

For any questions call OKDHS at (405) 522-5050.