Nutrition & Food Services
The all-in-one family portal to easily manage your students meal account.
- Meal account payments
- Meal benefit application
- Purchase history
- Purchase restrictions
- School menus & more
- What should I do if my child has a food allergy?
- How can I make deposits to my child's account?
- What happens to money left in my child's account at the end of the school year?
- How do I get a refund of money in my child's account?
- What type of cash register system does the food service department use?
- What happens if someone uses my child's account?
- What is the "alternate meal" policy for the food service department?
- How can I limit what my child can purchase from his/her account?
- What is the district's policy on food brought from home?
- Can I have special dietary accommodations for my child based on my religion?
- Why did my child get this white envelope to bring home?
- Why do faculty and staff pay more for meals than students?
- Why did my child receive a turkey sandwich for lunch?
- What are the current meal prices?
- How do I make sure that my student has a birthday treat for their birthday?
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