We have great news! In our continuing effort to provide the highest level of service to you, over the weekend we have transitioned MyNutrikids.com to MySchoolBucks.com for your online school meal payments.
- Use your child’s 10-digit student ID when enrolling in the program.
- Rockwood has waived the online enrollment fee for parents.
- Because of a transaction fee charged to us, payments of $50 or more are encouraged.
- Transaction history is available 24-hours after enrollment.
Learn more about MySchoolBucks.
Parents quick reference guide
Parent letter to opt-out of the system
For MySchoolBucks technical support please contact mailto: firstname.lastname@example.org.
END OF YEAR PROCEDURES FOR MEAL ACCOUNTS
All balances left in meal accounts at the end of the school year will automatically be carried forward for students continuing in any Rockwood School. If a student moves out of the school district, a refund can be requested. The parent/guardian may request a refund by phone call or a written note to the cafeteria manager. If the parent/guardian chooses to have a student pick up a cash refund for an amount less than $10.00, a signed note must be sent to the cafeteria manager giving the student permission to receive the refund. Refunds over $10.00 will be issued by check from the Rockwood School District.
As the end of the school year approaches, Child Nutrition Services is implementing procedures for negative meal account balances. Students and staff will not be allowed to charge a meal after Tuesday, April 30, 2013. Beginning Wednesday, May 1, if a student does not have adequate funds or has a negative meal account balance, an alternative entrée of a cheese or tuna sandwich will be offered to the student.
School Breakfast and Lunch Prices are a Great Value!
Our goal is to provide excellent nutrition for your child at prices
you can afford. Discover the options available to students who purchase a standard school meal.
What’s for breakfast ($1.55)
Middle and High School
What’s for lunch ($2.40)
What’s for breakfast ($1.55)
What’s for lunch middle school ($2.55)
What's for lunch high school ($2.55)
Meal and A la Carte prices for breakfast and lunch
Learn more about meal definitions under the National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program.
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