Oct. 28-30: Meals will be delivered on Wednesday only. Families will receive three days' worth of breakfast and lunch on Wednesday.
Nov. 2-6: Meals will be delivered on Monday and Wednesday only. Families will receive two days' worth of breakfast and lunch on Monday. Families will receive three days’ worth of breakfast and lunch on Wednesday.
THURSDAY at 8 pm
Can't order through MyPaymentsPlus?
Call Kelly at 829-2354
You can also talk to Kelly about Weekend Food Program orders or go online to www.Mypaymentsplus.com
All students are eligible for free breakfast and-or lunch that will be delivered either to your bus drop-off and-or pick-up location or, if you aren't eligible for District transportation, to your school.
How it works:
Families are asked to order meals using My Payments Plus by Thursday at 8 p.m. for the following week. So for the week of Oct. 26-30, please order your child’s meals by Oct. 22.
If you miss the deadline, you can still call 829-2354. We do ask that you make the call on Friday morning for the next week. . The meals are free and available to all children 18 years old or younger.
Menus for the week are listed on our Nutrislice website.
The meals are delivered starting at 11 a.m. to your bus drop-off and-or pick-up location or, if you walk, to the school you attend. Parents, guardians or students can pick up meals between 11 a.m. and noon at their school. Transportation staff will contact families to let them know where and when they can pick up their meals.
Call Kelly Lorandos at 829-2354
Call Jessica Schwartz at 829-2365
Call Rhonda Kalscheur at 829-2343
Call Amy Jungbluth at 829-2345
If you need to set up your My Payments Plus Account, go to this webpage
Any child 18 years and younger is eligible If you have a child in school, please enter the younger kids meals as a guest under the older child's account. If you only have preschoolers, please call Kelly Lorandos at 829-2354 and she will place the order for you Even children who don't attend our schools can order meals. They would need to call with their order.
Deliveries to bus drop-off and-or pick-up locations will begin at 11 a.m. each day. We don’t know the exact time a bus will be at each stop so either your child or a guardian will need to be at the bus stop.
If your child’s bus stop is your driveway, please be at the end of your driveway to pick up the meal as the bus passes your home.
For those who walk to school, you will go to your school to pick up the meal at the front of the building. Either your child or a guardian is able to make the pickup between 11 a.m. and noon each day.
There is a spot on the online form where you add your address.
On Friday of the previous week, someone from Transportation will call each family letting them know theapproximate time and location of where they should get the meals.
The process for ordering is listed below:
Set up your My Payments Plus account by following this link: https://www.mypaymentsplus.com/welcome
Click on Events & Activities; Weekly Meal Selection;
Each student’s name will appear;
Choose a student
Add to Cart
Make meal choices by filling in the form
Choose next student and follow the same steps;
Proceed to check out; balance will be $0.00 for everyone
Click pay for order your receipt will be for $0.00; meals will not be charged to the account.
There is a live chat now button for you to click if you are in need of further instruction.
If you would like to complete a Free/Reduced application please follow this link: http://frapps.horizonsolana.com/MIDC01
While we are not able to serve meals in schools at this time, we look forward to preparing and delivering them to your children. Please reach out to us with any questions you may have. We’ll be happy to help!
Amy Jungbluth, Food & Nutrition Coordinator: email@example.com
Amy Gundeck, Financial Specialist: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rhonda Kalscheur, Account Specialist: email@example.com
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