Balance Carryover Meal balances will carry over from year to year and follow your students throughout their Belmont career. They will NOT transfer to another school district and refund requests must be made to our attention.
Refund Requests: Requests can be made anytime during the school year. Based off amount in account, refund can either occur at the register and/or a check may need to be built and sent home. Please call our office at 617-993-5871 for more information.
Payments are easy to make. Simply go to https://www.myschoolbucks.com/ and create your account. You will need your student’s ID number which can be obtained by calling the lunch office at 617-993-5871. For complete information about making online payments, go to: http://learnmyschoolbucks.com/Parent/ . All children must punch in their PIN number as they approach the register to pay for breakfast or lunch.
If you opt to send a check with your child to replenish the account, please be sure to write the child’s name and PIN number on the check so that we know where to apply the funds. The option to pay for lunch each day with cash is still in place.
PIN pads are located at every register and provide both ease of use and speed for transactions. Students may use any register. If a PIN is forgotten, the cashier can look it up and complete the transaction.
Please feel free to call us at 617-993-5871 if you have any questions.
All the schools have kitchens allowing us to prepare meals on site. The school lunch program offers milk, vegetables (fresh or frozen) and fresh fruit on a daily basis. We do not offer any caffeinated or carbonated beverages. Entrée items are baked. We do offer various baked potato items such as tater tots and oven fries. We have no means of deep frying at any of the school locations.
On a daily basis the elementary menus offer the meal of the day, and alternatives that include chicken nuggets, yogurt cup tray, PB&J plus the sandwich rotation. The majority of students opt for the meal of the day.
We work in collaboration with parents and the community in order to provide an environment that promotes and protects lifelong, healthy habits that support good nutrition and physical activity. Any concerns regarding food allergies please contact the school nurse.