Charge Policy

  • Moore Public School Charge Policy

    As stated in the Oklahoma State Department of Education Child Nutrition Programs School Food Service Compliance Documentation section XVIII entitled, STUDENT ISSUES, paragraph A. Failure to Pay for Meals, “the school district is not obligated to continue providing meals without receiving payment.”  Therefore, the Moore Public School District shall recognize and adhere to the following charge policy at the secondary and elementary levels: 

    A.      Secondary Level:

    No “a la carte” items may be charged.  A student may only charge up to one (1) “Type A” breakfast meal and two (2) “Type A” lunch meals.  Once the student has charged the total number of meals allowed the student will be provided as a courtesy a complimentary breakfast of milk and toast and for lunch, a jelly and peanut butter sandwich with milk each day until the charges are paid in full.  Adults/teachers will not be allowed to charge any meals or “a la carte” Items.

    B.      Elementary Level:

     

    No “a la carte” items may be charged.  A student may only charge for meals up to an amount equal to that of five Type “A” lunch meals.  Total charges may be represented by lunch charges (or breakfast charges or a combination of both.  Once the accumulated charges total an amount equal to the five lunch meals or the amount of charges that will result when the last charge makes the total charge exceed the five “Type A” threshold), the student will be provided as a courtesy a complimentary breakfast of milk and toast and for lunch, a jelly and peanut butter sandwich, with milk each day until the charges are paid in full.  Adults/teachers will not be allowed to charge any meals or “a la carte” items.

    It is the responsibility of the parent(s)/guardian to pay all charges promptly to insure their student(s) is provided a “Type A” meal.

     
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