A web portal that will allow parents to access their children’s current account balances and review what their children have been buying in the school cafeteria is now available. In the coming months new features will be added including the ability of parents to make online payments into their child's cafeteria account. In order to use the myschoolaccount.com website, parents must create an account. You can do so by following these steps:
 
1.Click on the following link:  https://secure.myschoolaccount.com/Login.aspx
2. Next, click on the Create an Account link.
3. Fill out the online registration form.
4. After completing the registration form you will be sent a confirmation e-mail which contains a link and verification code
5. Access the link and enter the verification code that was e-mailed to you.
6. Once in the program, click on Manage Students and add your students.  Parents will have to know the school ID number of each student they want to add.
 

Questions? Click here for complete instructions on how to use myschoolaccount.com. For problems with your account or questions about this service email the company at: support@myschoolaccount.com and provide your name and UserID so that they may better serve you.

 

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