This website offers a multitude of services to help make payments and monitor your child’s meal account. By simply clicking on the image below, you will be directed to the My School Bucks website. From here, you can set up an account, free of charge, to have the capability to view your child’s transactions and monitor what they are purchasing in our cafeterias. In addition, with this website you can set up an account alert that can come through e-mail or an app that can be downloaded onto your phone. With this account alert option, you can set it for any amount. When the child’s account balance reaches this designated amount, an alert will be sent to you three different times via e-mail or the phone app. This helps keep you informed of when they have a low balance. Lastly, all you need in order to set up an account is your child’s student ID number, which can be requested for through the My School Bucks website or from Jeffrey Richards, PV Food Service Supervisor (firstname.lastname@example.org).
(Click on the ad to go to the My School Bucks website)
My School Bucks is now available as a phone app!
Receive account balance alerts, free of charge!
Middle School Food Service Crew Nikki Hootman, Pam Bates, Mary Adkins & Supervisor Jeffrey Richards
High School Food Service Crew Mark Limestoll, Donna Zahn, Supervisor Jeffrey Richards & Barb Kinnison
Primary School Food Service Crew Amanda Lockwood, Donna McIlwain, Food Supervisor Jeffrey Richards & Charlene Miller
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