Muscogee County SNP no longer accepts personal checks as payment for meals in our cafeterias.
Payments may be made by cash, money order, cashier’s check, traveler’s check, or on-line via our online payment system, My School Bucks, using your credit or debit card.
Pre-pay for your child’s school breakfast, lunch and a la carte food items. On-line payments include a transaction fee per school site. You must know your child’s birthdate and/or PersonID Number from Infinite Campus (available at the school office). Allow 24 hours for payments to be posted to your child’s account.
Parent/Guardians paying for student meals need to create an account with My School Bucks. Once an account is created the parent/guardian can conveniently and securely make payments to their child's lunch account. With My School Bucks, you can add money to your child's account, view account balances, view recent purchases, and set up notifications for upcoming payments.
Free and reduced priced meals for breakfast and lunch are available for eligible students at traditionally paying schools (Non-CEP schools). Applications can be picked up at the School Nutrition Office, or parents may contact the School Nutrition Manager at their child’s school.
Only students receiving a reimbursable meal may purchase extra foods from the menu. Students bringing a lunch from home may purchase milk, juice, water, or ice cream.
Charging meals is discouraged, but may be necessary in certain cases. Elementary students will be allowed to charge a total of three breakfasts and three lunches. Middle and High School students will be allowed to charge a total of one breakfast and one lunch. If your child reaches his/her charge limit and does not have money in his/her account, and does not have cash with which to purchase their meal, an alternative meal will be provided. There is not a provision for adults to charge. No charges will be accepted for a la carte items. All cafeteria meal charges must be paid before a student is allowed to transfer to another school system or graduate from high school. Students will not be able to charge any meal beginning the first week of May through the duration of the school year. It is necessary that all outstanding charges be paid to the cafeteria manager prior to the last day of school. Please respond promptly to messages that you receive regarding charges on your student’s account.