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Meal Accounts

Prices/Payment Schedule

FULL-PAY STUDENTS 
Monthly Payment Schedule:

 

  Breakfast Breakfast
Location
Lunch
Pre-K and Elementary
(K-5)
$1.30 x 20 =
$26.00
Classroom $2.50 x 20 =
$50.00
Middle School
(6-8)
$1.35 x 20 =
$27.00
Cafeteria $2.55 x 20 =
$51.00
High School & ALC
(9-12)
$1.45 x 20 =
$29.00
Cafeteria and
“Grab & Go” in the
Upper Commons
$2.65 x 20 =
$53.00
Adults and
Student 2nd Meals
$2.00 per meal -------- $3.75 per meal

ALL KINDERGARTEN STUDENTS - Receive breakfast meals free of charge

REDUCED-PAY STUDENTS - Receive breakfast and lunch meals free of charge

FREE STUDENTS - Receive breakfast and lunch meals free of charge

MILK – Students receive one carton with each breakfast and lunch meal. Students wishing to purchase a carton with their cold lunch from home or a second milk with their meal must have money in their account. The cost is $.45 per carton.

FOR A COMPLETE MEAL - Students must take three or more full servings from the five different food groups, and one of the servings must be a fruit or vegetable.

Managing Meal Accounts

Managing your Student's Meal Account
MANAGING YOUR STUDENT'S MEAL ACCOUNT


ONLINE - www.MyPaymentsPlus.com
MyPaymentsPlus is a state-of-the-art online service that provides the convenience and information you need to manage your student's meal account. To set up an account, log on to www.mypaymentsplus.com or download the free MyPaymentsPlus mobile app. You can obtain Student ID'S # by calling 507-444-8616. 

MyPaymentsPlus provides 24/7 information.  It gives you the ability to view purchase history and meal account balances, set up automatic low balance e-mail reminders, make prepayments, automatically “auto-replenish” your child’s account and more.  Benefits Include; eliminating the worry of lost or forgotten money and it speeds up serving lines in the cafeteria.
 

ADDITIONAL PAYMENT OPTIONS:

Meal Charge/Debt Collection Procedure

This procedure is to establish consistent district practices for the provision of meals to students who have insufficient funds in their school meal accounts and for the collection of unpaid meal debt. The procedure ensures that the school district employees, families, and students have a shared understanding of expectations regarding meal charges.