Online Meal Applications are now LIVE and available for you to fill out for the 2017-2018 School Year! The link is www.MySchoolApps.com you can search the district by zip code (80621 for all except Quest 80514) or find the district in the drop down box.
The website is very user-friendly and can be completed on a smartphone. Parent/Gaurdian's will only need to submit one application per household. In order to receive proper benefits, you will need to list everyone in the household and not just the adult filling out the application.
After you complete the application, you will automatically be directed to www.MySchoolBucks.com where you can deposit funds into your students' accounts. You should be able to use the same account as you did last year if you have already used MySchoolBucks before.
We encourage families to to fill it out the online application and next year you will only have to update your income and household members. There will be Nutrition Services staff at each schools registration to assist parents with the application process. Paper applications will be available at this time.
If you have any questions regarding MySchoolApps or MySchoolBucks, please contact Juanita Rodriguez at 303-857-3321.
Akiko Miyagi Director of ?Nutrition? Services, Weld County School District Re-8 616 S Denver Ave. Fort Lupton, CO 80621 | (303) 857-3216
The school pricing for the 2017-2018 school year is as follows:
1. A confirmation email will be sent to the email address you provide; click on the link included in the email message to activate your account.
2. Activate your account and begin adding your students. You will need the school name and your student’s ID #. This will allow you to track your child’s purchases and manage his/her balance through their account.
3. Add funds to your student’s account with your credit card, debit card, or electronic check.
Please note that there may be transaction fee. Money deposited into the account can take up to 24 hours to post.
Menus will be posted on Nutrislice. This is an interactive website that also has a free smartphone app. You can access your school’s menus anywhere, anytime! You will be able to view our Food Focus of the Month and see the nutritional content of your meals. http://weld8.nutrislice.com
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