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Convenient Lunch Room Accounting via

Wen-Gage i-Gradebook


Skiatook Schools is pleased to announce the addition of Paypal to our Wengage Guardian Portal. This feature will allow you to make payment to your children’s child nutrition accounts using Paypal.  Avoid lost checks and trips to school by paying online.  Contact your child’s school office and request a Parent/Guardian Portal account login. We are charging a 6% convenience fee on each transaction to offset the Paypal administrative costs.


2020-21 Free & Reduced Application Information

There are several ways to turn in your application.

1)  You can fill out an online application or use the paper application.

Free & Reduced Lunch Online Application SPS

2)  You can use the paper application

Skiatook Schools 20_21 Household Application.pdf

Skiatook Schools 20_21 Letter to Household.pdf

Skiatook 20_21 Household Application SPANISH.pdf

Skiatook 20_21 Letter to Household-SPANISH.pdf

Send the paper application with your student to their school cafeteria

Email the paper application to Hayley Holmes, Child Nutrition Director hholmes@skiatookschools.org


FAQ about the Free & Reduced Program (PDF Format)

Child Nutrition Services
Mission Statement 
As a partner in the education process of children, it is the mission of Child Nutrition Services (CNS) to provide nutritious, economical, appealing meals to all children while complying with local, state and national regulations. 

In 1946 Congress passed the National School Lunch Act which was enacted as a grant-in-aid program to safeguard the health of children. This act was brought on because many soldiers failed physicals during World War II due to nutrition-related problems. In 1969 the White House Conference on Food, Nutrition and Health led to subsidized reimbursable meals for low-income students. In 1975 Congress authorized the School Breakfast Program.

The Skiatook Public Schools (SPS), Child Nutrition Services Department operates under signed agreements with the Oklahoma State Department of Education and the Department of Human Services. The National School Lunch and National School Breakfast Programs are administered by the United States Department of Agriculture. The Child Nutrition Services Department of the Skiatook Public School District serves approximately 400 breakfast meals and approximately 1400 lunches each school day.  A total of 297,505 nutritious breakfast and lunch meals were served to children in the Skiatook School District last year.
Child Nutrition Services Department employs 30 individuals working approximately 600 hours. Our employees are dedicated to a partnership supporting the educational and performance objectives of the district. Through CNS, over $1 million dollars get funneled into the economy by way of salaries, food, services and equipment purchases.
Education Service Center 

Skiatook Public Schools is an equal opportunity employer and provider.


District Wellness Policy

Wellness Policy (PDF format)

2020-21 Eligibility Scale for Free/Reduced Lunches (PDF Format)


Child Nutrition Employment

Sodexo Employment Portal





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Skiatook Public Schools355 South Osage StreetSkiatook, OK  74070

918-396-1792Fax: 918-396-1799

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