April 24th, 2017 Letter and dialer sent home from Food Services
In an effort to eliminate all outstanding balances, starting Tuesday, May 9th, we will no longer allow students to charge their lunch account if they do not have the funds. If a student does not have money to buy a lunch, they will receive an alternate meal, instead of a choice of hot lunch. There are 14 school days left in May – please refer to the chart below and add funds so your child can continue to eat with us every day. Please know that unpaid debt will be collected at Registration in August 2017.
Grade Level Free Reduced Paid (Regular) K-5 Pay off remaining debt Pay off remaining debt $32.90 = $2.35 x 14 days 6-8 Pay off remaining debt $5.60 = $0.40 x 14 $36.40 =$2.60 x 14 days 9-12 Pay off remaining debt $5.60 = $0.40 x 14 $39.90 =$2.85 x 14 days Quest K-8 Pay off remaining debt K-5: Free 6-8: $5.60 = $0.40 x 14 $32.90 = $2.35 x 14 days Please make every effort to pay off your student’s lunch account and add funds by going on to MySchoolBucks.com, send a check/cash in a sealed envelope directly to your Kitchen Manager, or visit us at the Transportation Building at 616 S. Denver Ave. Remaining positive funds will carry over to next year’s lunch account and negative funds need to be paid off by May 26, 2017. If not, it will be collected at registration in August 2017.
For any questions or concerns regarding your student’s lunch account, please contact your kitchen manager or Juanita Rodriguez, Secretary of Food Services at (303)857-3321. We will gladly provide you with the account statement and payment details. School Kitchen Manager Phone # Butler Elementary School & Quest Academy Patty Eagan (303) 857-7335 Twombly Elementary School Paula Lefforge (303) 857-7402 Fort Lupton Middle School Gigi Stough (303) 857-7203 Fort Lupton High School Chris Glover (303) 857-7104 Thank you, Akiko Miyagi Director of Food Services Weld Re-8 Food Services Department
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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