Penny N. Walker, Director of School
Sandy Combs, Administrative Assistant
No Increase in Meal Prices in 2017-2018 - Information on Free and Reduced Meals
|| Elementary Schools
||Reduced Priced (upon application approval)
Please keep in mind that no charges are allowed. All families are encourage to fill out a Free and Reduced Price Meal Application for the new school year as soon as possible. These will be available August 7th online and can be picked up at the Alleghany County Board of Education office. The applications will also go home with students the first few days of school and will be available during open house. Students will only be at last school year's status for the first few weeks of school so applications need to be turned in as soon as possible. Students will need to pay for meals until an application is turned in, processed, and a determination of benefits is made. A new application must be submitted every new school year. Please let us know if you have any questions.
KEEP THE CHANGE
Unless requested at point of sale, change will not be made and will instead be put in the student’s account to go toward future purchases.
After School Snack Program: Smart Snacking
The School Nutrition Program is pleased to sponsor the Smart Snack Program once again this year which provides healthy snacks to students enrolled with the 21st Century After School Program at each of our elementary schools. There are three GREAT things about the program: 1) snacks provided everyday to those enrolled in the program, 2) healthy snacks consist of 2 out of 4 components (Milk, Vegetable/Fruit, Whole Grain item, or Meat/ Meat Alternate item) that meet Smart Snack guidelines, and 3) ITS ALL FREE! Students do nothing to participate other than be enrolled in the 21st Century program.
Lunch Prepay - K12 Payment Center (see link below with "Important Links"
Update for Current Customers:
Released by Meals Plus 5-1-17: As K12PaymentCenter.com continues to grow, as a result, we have upgraded the service provider for our email and text functionality. How does this affect a district that uses K12PaymentCenter.com? Is shouldn't. The change to our new mail and text service provider should be transparent to our customers. However, the one difference we have noticed is that Outlook users may see a different header in their emails: "From: firstname.lastname@example.org[mailto:email@example.com] on Behlaf of K12PaymentCenter
We wanted to make you aware of this change. This is a legitimate email from K12PaymentCenter.com and there is no issue with the website.
K12 Payment Center has made changes to improve functionality with smart phones and tablets. Customers using mobile devices will now have access to all the functionality available on the main site. Your old bookmark, however, may not work so please delete the old URL/web address saved as a bookmark and replace it with: http://www.k12paymentcenter.com
The K12 Payment Center is a convenient way to ensure your student always has funds in his or her account to purchase food items. Here are a few reasons the center is so great:
- $10 lifetime membership fee includes all students in your family; $1.95 fee per transaction with no maximum payment required and deposits can be made to multiple student accounts with one single payment.
- Step-by-step registration is easy and your information is always confidential.
- See your student's meal account balance and history anytime with auto notification available to notify you if balance falls below a pre-determined amount.
Parents are encouraged to take advantage of the online meal prepay system. Go to www.k12paymentcenter.com today! Before you register, make sure you have your child's student identification number available.
You may also call the Technical Account Specialist team at (800) 541-8999, option 1, if you have questions.
The School Nutrition Program's breakfast and lunch menus are published by the week in each weekly edition of The Alleghany News and The Declaration.
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