Here at Pauls Valley, we have a wide range of services to help meet the needs of students. Please browse below to find a service to help your student.

Jill Foster

Child Nutrition Director

Phone: 405 238 6453

Fax: 405 238 9178

Pauls Valley Schools strive to provide a safe and secure environment for our students for an exceptional learning and growing experience. This also includes providing healthy nutrition options and exercise.  We would love to have input on ways to improve the health and wellness of our students, so please feel free to email or call at my office with any suggestions or concerns during school hours.

** Parents: If you are interested in being on our wellness committee please contact Jill Foster, Child Nutrtition Director at 405.238.6453. **

Cafeteria/Lunch Program

Parents and relatives are cordially invited to come and eat lunch with students. If you will be joining us for lunch, please have your student tell the teacher, or call the office before 8:30 a.m. Pauls Valley Public Schools participates in the National School Lunch Program. We strive to provide nourishing and balanced meals every day that are in compliance with the federal rules and regulations.

Students at the elementary sites may buy breakfast for $1.50 and a lunch for $2.00. Students at the JH and HS may buy breakfast for $1.50 and a lunch for $2.50. At all sites reduced breakfast can be purchased for $ .30 and lunch for $ .40. Each child has a lunch account and money may be deposited in this account in any increment.  It is strongly recommended that lunch accounts be paid in advance.

Children from households whose income falls within the federal income guidelines are eligible for either free or reduced price meals. Applications may be picked up during enrollment or in the office.  


Elem. Breakfast

By Day - $1.50
By Week - $7.50
By Month - $30.00

JH/HS Breakfast

By Day - $1.50
By Week - $7.50
By Month - $30.00

Elem. Lunch

By Day - $2.00
By Week - $10.00
By Month - $40.00

JH/HS Lunch

By Day - $2.50
By Week - $12.50
By Month - $50.00

In accordance with federal law and United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.  To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, Whitten Building, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20250-9410, or call (800) 795-3272 (Voice) or (202) 720-6382 (TTY). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

Special Services

Nancy Hoyle

Special Services Director/District Psychometrist

Phone: 405 238 5569

Pauls Valley Public Schools provide special services for the needs of individuals, meeting the criteria, ages 3-21. Related services for qualifying individuals include: physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and vision impairment services.

The Office of Special Services also offers each child suspected of having a disability a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary evaluation.  Specific eligibility indicators, as outlined by the federal regulations of Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), are used to determine a child’s eligibility for special education and related services.

For further information, please contact Pauls Valley Public Schools: 405 238 6453

Alternative Academy

PVAA will provide opportunities for all students to acquire life-long skills in the areas of social, emotional, and intellectual development.

PVAA gained state and national recognition when our students were featured in the "Second Chance" video, which was shown at the state alternative conference, as well as, the national conference. We have had much academic success with the A+ Anywhere Learning Program. Our photography class has gained state recognition with articles published in the Pauls Valley Daily Democrat and The Oklahoman.  Student photography has been featured at the Alternative Summer Institute in Oklahoma City and displayed in the State Superintendent's office.

Staff and Personnel

PVAA staff is dedicated to the success of their students. The Alternative Academy is designed to help students get back on track in order to graduate with their class if possible. We have three full-time teachers. Students work with the director and teachers to develop a graduation plan. They receive individual instruction as they work to earn credits for graduation.


Bobby Reeves

Mary McNeil

Alan Frazier

Gary Chaffin

Deedra Brantley




Life Skills, Civics, Geography


English, Algebra, Geometry