Families have the option to pay for school meals in advance through the student's lunch account to cover meal expenses for a week to several months in advance. Please take advantage of the options to prepay your student's meal account. Prepaid meal accounts help the lunch lines go faster and gives students more time to eat, relax, and play. Prepayments can give you the peace of mind knowing the lunch money is on the account and not lost, stolen or used for other things other than lunch.
The Student Lunch Account
All students have a lunch account and are issued a debit card with their student ID number bar code identification. The student lunch account may be accessed by swiping the debit card through the bar code reader, by typing the student ID number, or by name search to locate the account information from the cafeteria computer. The student's school picture will appear on the computer screen to identify the student to ensure the security of the student's account.
Frequently Asked Lunch Account Questions: To learn more click here.
Helpful hints for getting started with online payments!
Parents Guide to Online Payments
Online payments are a simple, safe and secure way to make payments to your students account 24 hours a day at your convenience.
Send Check or Cash
You can always bring money personally or send it with your student.
Please place it in an envelope marked clearly with your student's name, their ID #, their teacher's name, the $ amount and the check #. Turn in prepaid deposits to the cafeteria cashier(s) or school office.
If you choose to bring money to school personally or send it with your student, please put it in an envelope clearly marked with the student's first and last name, their ID #, their teacher's name, and the amount enclosed.
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