Online Lunch Account Payment
District families can put money into their student(s) meal account online via Family Access. The first time you choose to pay online, you will be asked to register and set up an account through the secure epaytrak website. Online meal payments are like any other credit card transaction, so your payment may take up to one business day to be processed. Here are the steps to take to make online payments: 1)Log in to Family Access 2) Click on “Food Service” 3) Click on “Make Online Payment” 4) If this is the first time making a payment, you will need to create an account by filling in the information under “New Customer”. On future visits you can simply log in using your email and chosen password. If you need additional assistance, here is a link to view a demonstration of how to set up your online meal payment account. http://screencast.com/t/YTNiZjZi
Firehost, the secure hosting provider for Delano Public Schools' online payment system through epaytrak, is in the process of making changes to their inbound firewall configurations to comply with the latest security standards.
This means that people using certain older browsers like Internet Explorer versions 6-10 (including all Windows XP, Vista and non patched 7), older versions of Safari and some versions of older browsers will not be able to access their login page.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, but you are or will soon be finding the same results in any secure online environment such as online banking, etc.
Lunch prices for 2017-18 are $2.80 for grades K-4, $2.850 for grades 5-8, $2.90 for grades 9-12, $3.80 for adults and $3.50 second lunch, and free for reduced price eligible students. Second entree is $1.75. Breakfast is offered each school day for $1.65 full breakfast, $.50 cereal, and free for reduced priced eligible students. Second breakfast and adult breakfast is $1.90 and milk is $.50.
When paying by check, write your child's first and last name in the memo blank on the check. Send all payments in an envelope with the family name, student name, and "Lunch Program" printed on the envelope.
We're proud of our school food service program. Our staff does a great job of providing high quality, nutritious meals to our students. The meals are planned according to federal guidelines. We participate in the "OFFER VS SERVE" plan. Students may select a minimum of 3 out of 5 items at lunch. This option provides our students with the opportunity to choose the food for their meal and helps to reduce waste.
Free and reduced priced meals are available for families who qualify. Families who may qualify are encouraged to complete a confidential application. The information on the application is used for determining meal benefits. Applications are available in each school office or from the Food Service Office located in the district office. Phone number is 763-972-3365 Ext. 2136.
Meal payments may be made in each school and in the district office. We have "family" accounts so you only need to write one check for all students. Payments must be made by 10:00 a.m. each day to be recorded by lunchtime. A confidential PIN number accesses the student's account. The meal account is debited each time a purchase is made. You may not make a purchase if your account is more than $5.00 negative.
Food Service Director Ext. 2085
Food Service Account Supervisor Ext. 2136
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