MySchoolBucks is your online portal to see information and pay your student's school related fees such as meals, tuition, lab or library fees, athletic or club fees, sporting events, and more! Adding funds to your students account is easy:
First, access your account on MySchoolBucks and add your students. If you have multiple children, you can make multiple deposits for each child during your transaction.
Next, make a payment. The deposit amount can be placed against a credit card, debit card or your checking account. All payments are securely processed using our highly secure website and encryption. All payments are quickly credited to your students account.
questions and answers
1. I recently lost my job and I am having financial difficulty. Can I still apply for free or reduced lunch for my children?
YES. You can apply for free or reduced lunch throughout the year. Applications in both English and Spanish are available here.
2. If a student forgets their lunch money will he or she still be able to get lunch?
YES. Students will be allowed to charge a maximum of four lunches. Charged lunches should be paid back the next day.
3. Why are student's required to pay for lunch? Shouldn't that be covered by my school taxes?
NO. The school lunch program is self-sufficient and relies on money raised through the sale of meals for its day-to-day operations.
4. How do I open a school lunch account for my child?
Every student is automatically given a school lunch account. All you need to do is make a deposit into that account to activate it. You can sign up for on-line lunch account deposits on www.myschoolbucks.com
5. I would like to make a deposit to my child's lunch account but I do not know the account number. Who should I call?
Lunch account numbers are the same as your student's school ID number. If your child does not know their ID number you can acquire it by calling the school's main office or the Food Service Office. You can also sign up for on-line account deposits at www.myschoolbucks.com
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