What if my student wants to buy a milk, extra entree, or second meal?

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Students are allowed to purchase additional food items at breakfast and lunch.  It is important that your student either have money on their account or in their pocket in order to pay for these items at the time they are purchased.  A la carte purchases should not be charged to a student account.

Parents of high school students need to monitor the meal account balances of their students.  Sometimes, high school students grab extra items and meals, and they don't realize the cashier is charging these items to their student meal account.  To find out what your student's meal account balance is, you can visit MyPaymentsPlus.com.  You will need your student's CCSD ID number in order to look them up.  For assistance, please call your school's school nutrition manager.

It makes everyone's life easier when student meal account balances maintain positive balances.