We have a “NO CHARGE” Policy.
Please send a check or money with your child if they would like to purchase a meal.
Returned checks will be submitted to eCollect & your account will be debited electronically for both face amount & return check fees.
Dear Parents and Students,
We have computerized cash registers in all of our cafeterias. If your child has qualified for free or reduced-price lunches or breakfasts, this information is in the system, and the meal will be processed just as it is for all other students for optimum confidentiality.
Students can pay in cash. However, we strongly recommend parents/guardians deposit checks or money into the student’s account. Deposits must be placed in an envelope with the student’s name & PIN number. If there is more than one student in a family, one student may make deposits to their sibling’s accounts as long as you tell us the amounts to deposit to each account.
A box is located in the Secondary Kitchen for pre-payments. Please make these in the morning before school starts or in between classes.
Check prepayments are accepted and encouraged; place your child(s) name(s) on the check.
Question: What will stop the student from purchasing more than the parent allows?
Answer: If this is a problem with your child, simply notify us in writing what their limitations are and it will be programmed into the system.
If a student’s account gets low, our staff will remind them.
Money in the student’s account at the end of the school year will be carried over to the next school year. If a student withdraws, please send us a letter so we can refund your money.
If you are concerned about a food allergy that your child has, please notify the cafeteria. A warning will appear on the cashiers’ screen for a review of the items on the student’s tray.
If for any reason you would like a copy of the transactions of your child’s account we will be able to give you a printout.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call me at my office 466-4831, ext. 189.
Thanking you in advance for your patience in implementing this system.
Director of Food Service
Where Do Your School Menus Come From???
Laura Jones is the Director of Food Service for Geneva Schools. In accordance with the requirements for the National Breakfast & Lunch Programs, she creates your monthly menus.
What makes her qualified to write the menus?
She has earned the credential, School Nutrition Specialist (SNS), the highest credential in the profession.
In order to receive this credential, Mrs. Jones had to meet the academic and experience requirements as well as demonstrate competency through successfully passing a national standardized test for the school foodservice and nutrition profession. She is one of only 900 professionals who have earned this designation nationwide. She also has a Bachelor’s Degree in Nutrition and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration.
This credential is offered through the School Nutrition Association, a nonprofit organization of over 55,000 members that encourages the highest standards in school foodservice and nutrition programs. This credential recognizes those who have obtained a high level of professional achievement.