The Food Service Department operates all cashier functions under eTrition, which is a computerized point-of-sale system. All students are issued a personal identification number (PIN). Each child’s PIN is their student ID number.
When a child decides he/she wants to buy lunch for that day, he/she will approach the cashier and enter their PIN on a keypad. The child’s account and photograph will appear on the cashier’s computer touch screen. The cost of the lunch will automatically be deducted from the account without any exchange of cash. Students who receive free or reduced-priced lunches will follow the same procedures outlined above. However, their automatic debits will be made at a free or reduced lunch price.
Deposits may be made with cash, check, or on-line. Checks should be made payable to PSD Cafeteria Account and contain the current date. The Food Service Department will not hold post-dated checks. Students may drop cash or check deposits at their building office. There is a $25 per check fee for returned checks.
We encourage students (especially seniors) to expend their account money by the end of the year. Underclassmen’s accounts will be carried over into the next year; graduating seniors’ account balances (over $5.00) will transferred to a younger sibling’s account or refunds may be requested.
The Food Service Department extends the option to parents of applying restrictions to their student’s cafeteria accounts. A “meals only” restriction may be applied to allow your child to use their money in their cafeteria account to purchase a school lunch only. No a la carte sales will be taken from the account balance. You child may, however, purchase a la carte with cash.
You may request a restriction by contacting the Food Service Office. All restrictions will remain on the student’s account until we receive a note to remove it.
My School Bucks
MySchoolBucks.com, is an easy and secure way for parents to add money to their student’s lunch accounts and view their purchases.