Students will have their own personal meal account based on their current student ID number, which can be requested from my secretary, Kay Wheeler, via e-mail at email@example.com.Please allow 2 business days for a response.
Elementary School Students:
Elementary schools will use a class roster to debit the student’s meal account so it will not be necessary for students to remember their student ID number. If elementary students come through the lunch line with cash or check, all monies will be deposited into their account. No change can be given.
Secondary School Students:
Secondary students will access their accounts using their student ID# (listed on class schedule) entered into the system using the PIN pads located at every register or by scanning their student body card. Food Services staff can access accounts by searching last name. It is strongly recommended that all secondary students memorize their number, as this will make the meal lines move faster. Checks and Cash are taken at the secondary level in the lunch line. Change cannot be given from checks, but can with cash.
We recommend that parents use the online payments system at www.myschoolbucks.com.
Checks- Checks should be made payable to LOSD F/S. All checks can be deposited in the deposit boxes by each school’s main office or student can give to cashier in the lunch line. When sending a prepayment, please include the student’s ID# on the face of the check and place in an envelope with the students name and ID#.
Cash-Cash payments should not be left in the deposit boxes. We cannot be responsible for cash left in the deposit box because the box cannot be monitored at all times.
Things to Know
Parents only need to create one household account to access all students in their family, but families may have multiple online household accounts.
In order to use the online prepayment service, a small convenience fee for each transaction will be assessed to cover the bank The convenience fee is $2.49 per deposit transaction. Parents placing money into multiple meal accounts will only be assessed the $2.49 fee once per deposit transaction. Lake Oswego School District does not profit from the use of this site. To offset the cost of this convenience fee, the District Food Services Department will provide one BONUS meal for online deposits of $50 or more. The resulting account balance must be a minimum of 50.00 to qualify for a BONUS meal.
Lunch account balances roll over to the next school
Existing lunch account balances can be transferred between student accounts by calling the Food Service
Graduating or withdrawing students may request account refunds in writing to Food Services (email, mail or fax). The signed letter must include student name, payee and address for check to be sent.
Questions? Contact the Food Services Department:
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