Online Lunch Accounts - MySchoolBucks
How about an easier way to deposit lunch money?
- Convenience – The need for sending cash or checks is eliminated. You can make payments at any time of the day or night. With the Auto Pay recurring payment option, your first transaction can be your last.
- Peace of Mind – You will know that your child always has money available for meals and you can check the meal account balance online.
- Account Information – In addition to checking account balances, you will also be able to go online to check what your child is spending each day and what items they are purchasing.
- Faster Lunch Lines – As cash sales are eliminated through online deposits, lunch lines speed up in Junior and Senior High Schools, giving students more time to eat.
How to Get Started...
Before you begin enrolling, you will need to obtain the student ID number for each of your children. This is not the PIN number they use in the lunch line. Parents can obtain this number from the school or by calling the food service office at 402-537-6250. Once you have obtained the student ID number, it's easy to enroll! To begin, go to the webpage, www.MySchoolBucks.com and click on the 'sign up today' button.
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