Meal Prices & Payments

  • Breakfast

    Elementary Breakfast $1.10
    Middle Breakfast $1.15
    High Breakfast $1.15
    Reduced Breakfast $.30
    School Board Employee Breakfast $1.65
    Visitor Breakfast $2.25

    Lunch

    Elementary Lunch $1.50
    Middle Lunch $1.65
    High Lunch $1.85
    High- Food Bar, Deli, and Pizza Line, $2.35
    Reduced Lunch $.40
    School Board Employee Lunch $3.00
    Visitor Lunch $4.25 


  • Online Payment Meal Payment System is available!

    An online school meal payment system (MySchoolBucks.com) is available allowing parents to make payments to students’ school meal accounts and check account balances via the internet or telephone. This service allows parents to deposit funds directly into their children’s school meal account via on-line transactions. In addition to convenience, this system provides several other benefits to parents:

    • View student account balance and history
    • Email reminders and low balance notifications
    • Eliminates check handling
    • Pay one fee per family ($2.50) per transaction
    • Daily account posting
    • Secure credit card payment transactions
    • Student account security and data protection

    All Parents that want to utilize the payment system will be required to register with www.MySchoolBucks.com

    Information needed to set up account:

    • Student Name
    • Date of Birth
    • Address
    • School Name
    • Student ID Number

    A fee will be charged for payments made with a credit card, debit card, checking account, or savings account. There is NO charge for viewing account balances, and parents can request to receive low balance notices through email. Anyone having questions or problems can get technical support via the website or by emailing parentsupport@myschoolbucks.com or by calling 1-855-832-5226.


    Meal Payment Policy

    Pre-Payment Procedures:
    The procedure for paying for meals is to PRE-PAY by the day, week, month, or year.  To save time, monthly payments are preferred. A check, cash, or money order should be sent in a sealed envelope with the student’s first and last name (no nicknames please) and the amount enclosed written on the outside of the envelope. Payment envelopes can also be obtained from the cafeteria manager. Money must be in the account before receiving a meal. NO CHARGES will be accepted. This policy is for everyone: students, staff, and visitors. To ensure that all checks for meal payments clear prior to the end of school, no checks will be accepted after May 1, 2020. There will be a $15.00 charge for all NSF checks. At the end of the school year, parents may receive a refund of unused money from the student’s account by requesting it, in writing, from the cafeteria manager prior to the last day of school; or the funds may remain in the student’s account for use in the following school year.

    Delinquent Meal Payment and Alternative Meal Procedures

    Billing Procedures:
    Negative balance letters and/or telephone calls will be sent weekly for students with negative balances of $1.50 or more. 
    Blackboard Connect Ed messages will be sent weekly to parents for students with negative balances exceeding $5.00. 

    Procedures For Providing Alternative Meals:
    When an account is negative $10.00 or more, the manager will contact the parent/guardian of the student by phone to inform them that the student’s account is overdrawn and that money must be placed in the student’s account immediately or a substitute breakfast and/or lunch will be offered to the student on the next school day.

    If payment has not been received within two days of the call or by a time agreed upon by the manager and the parent/guardian, the case will be referred to the principal.  At such time, the student may be served an alternative meal until payment is received.

    Upon the third instance during a single school year of an elementary or middle school student being denied a regular meal during school hours, the manager must notify the Director of Child Nutrition who shall then contact the Office of Community Services within the Department of Social Services to report the failure of the parent or guardian to pay for meals which has resulted in repeated denials of meals during school hours.