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Your account has been successfully upgraded and transferred to mySchoolBucks, our new partner for online school meal payments.  This site offers more information, improved features and increased security.  You may have already visited and experienced all it has to offer.  If you have not had the opportunity to visit the site, we encourage you to begin using this new site immediately, with the same login information from®.

We’ve summarized a quick start guide in this email, for complete instructions on how to use your mySchoolBucks account click the link below:

Accessing your account:

    • Go to
    • Enter your existing username and password
    • Click LOG IN
    • Verify your child(ren) linked to your account
      • To add new students to your household you will need the child’s name,
        birthdate,and student ID

To make a payment:

  • Once logged in, click MAKE A PAYMENT
  • Select or enter a payment amount for each child
  • Click CHECK OUT NOW to complete the payment process
  • NOTE: You may fund up to $120 per child, but you may pay for all of your children on a single transaction.
  • mySchoolBucks has the following payment methods available for use:
    • Visa®
    • Mastercard®
    • Discover®
    • Electronic Check

Important Note Concerning Low Balance Email Alerts:

Due to legal requirements, we were unable to transfer your low balance email reminder settings from If you would like to continue using this feature, you will need to set this up again or you may now choose to schedule automatic recurring payments.

Again, for complete instructions on how to use your mySchoolBucks account click the link below:

All support-related issues should be directed to mySchoolBucks by phone at 855-832-5226 or by email at  Please do not call the Food Service office for support.


The mySchoolBucks and MyNutrikids Support Teams


Fact Sheet: Calories in school meals
This paper provides some explanation and direction for States Agencies and School Food Authorities to use in discussions on new calorie maximum as well as some tips improve acceptance of school meals.

Fact Sheet: Athletic programs and after school meal service
This paper provides some explanation and direction for States Agencies and School Food Authorities to use in discussions on providing afterschool meals and snacks to students participating in athletic programs.