The District has implemented a secure on-line pay system, Mealtime Pay Online, which will allow parents to make deposits to students’ lunch accounts on line as well as view account balance and transactions.
Free and Reduced Meal applications are available at all school offices as well as the District Office. Free and reduced meal eligibility is maintained with the strictest of confidentiality. If you feel this could be a benefit to you, please complete an application and submit to your school office or the district office for processing.
New Meal Charge guidelines were implemented during the 2008-2009 school year due to excessive student outstanding balances.
Students in grades K-5 will be allowed to charge no more than $ 7.20 which is equivalent to three lunches. Students in grades 6-8 will be allowed to charge no more than $ 5.40 (2 lunches).
Students in grades 9-12 will be allowed to charge no more than $ 5.80 (2 lunches).
Students whose accounts exceed the charge limit will receive a peanut butter sandwich (K-5) or graham crackers (6-12) and milk for lunch until the account is current. There is a $.40 charge for this alternative meal.
Parents will be notified of negative meal account balances, we will make every effort to notify parents when student meal account balances are low. Student account balances and transactions are also available by logging into the Mealtime Pay Online system.
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