Inola Virtual Students- Meal Pre-Ordering

Meals will be available to virtual students of Inola Public Schools.

The school must be notified by 9:00am if a student would like a breakfast and/or lunch that day.

This will be our procedures:

Please email giving the students name and grade, indicating white or chocolate milk; if ordering both meals you will get one of each. Meals will be available for pick up from 11:50-12:10 on days when school is in session. All virtual student meals will be distributed at the Middle School Cafeteria back door entrance Grab-N-Go style (please remain in your vehicle and provide your students names). We will only be serving the 1st meal option for lunch and cereal/fruit(juice) option for breakfast. You may check the meals at:

A roster is used to identify students picking up meals (siblings who are not Inola Public Schools students are not eligible to receive a meal). Lunch money can also be paid at that time.

All meals are not free; students will be charged for meals according to Pay Status:

Lunch Prices                                                                                     Breakfast Prices

Paid $2.75                                                                               Paid Elem $1.00 MS/HS $1.25

Reduced $.40                                                                         Reduced $.30

Free                                                                                         Free

Additional Information:

Please be aware if you have notified the school and do not pick up the meal you will be charged the standard paid rate on the 3rd offense and thereafter regardless of pay status.

Meals are subject to menu change.

In the event that the district goes to distance learning there will be additional information regarding lunches sent out at that time.


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