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  • A friendly reminder about student charging...

    Students who do not have a positive balance will be allowed to charge a reimbursable meal up to $10 on the meal account at K-8 and $6 at 9-12. An alternative meal will be offered at lunch at no charge.

    Adults may not charge.

    Cashiers at each campus will accept cash or check. Additionally, payment is accepted online with a credit card at www.myschoolbucks.com a $1.95 processing fee will be applied.

    Parents are notified of low balance/negative balances by signing up at myschoolbucks.com for email alerts. Additionally, email notices are sent out weekly to parents with email addresses on file for balances owed of $6 or more. Cafeteria managers send printed letters home as student balances exceed $6. The cashier will notify students that they have a low balance or negative balance.

     

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