Online Meal Payments
MAKE PAYMENTS ONLINE
The Free MyPaymentsPlus app takes convenience to another level for parents by placing many features from the MyPaymentsPlus.com website into the palm of their hands. Simplicity and security are at the core of the MyPaymentsPlus app, allowing parents to login with their existing usernames and passwords, check account balances, review purchase history, and make payments using a credit card or debit card. Parents can even upload their student's picture(s) for a personalized feel.
We are thrilled to announce that the MyPaymentsPlus app is now available in the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store!
The MyPaymentsPlus app is the first and only K-12 online payment solution for school meals available in the mobile world.
The MyPaymentsPlus app utilizes the same security methods used by leading online and mobile banking services.
To download, parents simply search “MyPaymentsPlus” in the Apple iTunes store and the Google Play Store. The MyPaymentsPlus app is currently available for the Apple iPhone and iPad as well as for Android devices. New features and functionality such as push notifications, fee and activity payments, etc. will be released in future generations of the product.
Learn more about the apps on Apple's App Store and on Google Play Store.
PAY BY CASH OR CHECK
You may send cash or check to prepay your child's lunch and/or breakfast.
Place cash or check in a sealed envelope.
Write your child's name, lunch number(If known), and amount on the outside of the envelope.
Check your school's procedures for making lunch prepayments. (homeroom teacher, office, or cafeteria)
MONITOR MEAL ACCOUNT BALANCE
The FREE MyPaymentsPlus.com app feature allows you the convenience of up-to-date lunch account balance and automatically receive push notifications if the account falls below the amount you specify.
LUNCH BALANCE EMAIL REMINDERS
The RCSD will send a courtesy email reminder for students who have LESS THAN THREE DAYS funds in their meal accounts. Reminders are sent twice a week using email addresses given in InfoSnap.
(Please note we are currently unable to offer an opt out option for this courtesy email reminder. Thank you for understanding as we strive to improve our services to each of you.)
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Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights
1400 Independence Avenue, SW
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(833) 256-1665 or (202) 690-7442; or
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