Meal Delivery Information (Updated March 26, 2020)
On Monday this week we delivered our first set of meal packets to our families on our bus delivery routes. We are grateful we were able to see so many of our students and their families. We delivered almost 16,000 meal packets for almost 2,000 individuals.
This Friday, March 27, we will continue our food delivery routes in the morning and afternoon like we did on Monday. However, we have made some minor changes to what we will deliver this Friday and moving forward.
On Friday morning, we will deliver a single breakfast meal to children 18 and under along our meal delivery bus routes. We are unable to give more than one breakfast item on Friday morning because of USDA regulations. On Friday afternoon we will distribute a meal and a snack packet.
Beginning next Monday, March 30, we will deliver three breakfast meals on the morning bus route and three lunch meals on the afternoon route.Then, on Thursday, April 2, we will deliver two breakfast meals in the morning and two lunch meals in the afternoon.
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we find the best ways to serve our students at this time, as we remain flexible with supplies and delivery of orders placed.
If you would like to ensure you receive meals, please contact Nutrition Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 405-878-1028. Provide your name, address, contact number, total in household 18 and under, and total household members. We understand that you may be a caretaker for individuals who are not typically our students; they will count, too. The meal delivery stops and times are available below. Please note that the delivery times for Route 5 for Sequoyah have been updated.
Students who walk to Shawnee Early Childhood Center will be served by Route #4 (Jefferson). All other SECC students will use one of the elementary school routes in which they live.
Shawnee Middle School students will select their typical bus route number or elementary school neighborhood if they do not ride a bus.
Shawnee High School students will select their elementary school neighborhood. High school students living in the Grove area will be served by Will Rogers Route #11. Those living in the North Rock Creek area will be served by Will Rogers Route #10.
If you need assistance in finding the correct delivery route, call the SPS Transportation Department at 405-878-1021 beginning at 6 a.m., Monday, March 23.
Buses #18-#22 will make their regular stops beginning at 8:35 a.m.
Jefferson Meal Routes - (Routes #1, #2, and #4; approximately from Broadway to west side of District and from Independence South)
Horace Mann Meal Routes - (Routes #3 and #8; approximately south of Highland and east of Kickapoo)
Sequoyah Meal Routes - (Routes #5 and #9; approximately between Independence and Highland and east of Broadway)
Will Rogers Routes - (Routes #6, #7, #10, and #11; approximately north of Independence and west of Harrison)