District Support Services
David W. Gray
Director of Support Services/CSBO
3901 Olympic Boulevard, Joliet, IL 60431
Central Campus & Alternate School
Supervisor: Mr. Brian Furczyk
Supervisor: Ms. Pat Militello
General Food Service Information
The cafeteria provides quality breakfast and lunch selections each day. Students pay $2.90 for a full lunch meal and $1.90 for a full breakfast. The district participates in the National School Lunch Program and is monitored by the Illinois State Board of Education and the Will County Health Department. Parents and students must create a pre-paid account through the MySchoolBucks web site shown in the right column. By prepaying, parents can assure lunch money is being used for school meals, reduce worries about forgetting or losing money, limit the amount used each day and specify if additional food can be purchased. Cash is not accepted in the cafeteria. Students must use the MySchoolBucks system. Refunds will be issued based on the refund policy shown in the column to the right. Menus change on a daily basis, although some items are available each day.
***Food Service is a CASHLESS system***
Joliet Township High School District uses a prepaid point of sale system called MySchoolBucks.com. Cash is not accepted in the cafeteria. All students and staff should create and fund a lunch account online at www.myschoolbucks.com. Deposits are also accepted through the school Textbook Center/Cashier Office. Your students name and ID number should be included with deposits. All deposits take 24-hours to be processed, so the funds will not be available to use until the next school day. To purchase meals, individuals scan their District ID to deduct the meal cost from their prepaid balance.
The benefits of a cashless system:
Speed…..Convenience…..Safety…..Parental Control…..Financial Management
1. The lunch lines move faster. Students have more time to eat lunch.
2. Students don't need to carry money. They use their District ID for purchases.
3. Parents set spending limits and can view a history of what your child purchases.
4. Parents receive email reminders for low balances.
5. The system offers recurring payment options, so it automatically replenishes your child’s account based on limits you set.
6. No cost to participate or to add money to a student account.
7. Improved financial accountability.
How do you get started?
Register and deposit money in an account today at www.myschoolbucks.com
School Wellness Policy
Student Wellness, including good nutrition and physical activity, shall be promoted in the District's educational program, school activities, and meal programs. Please click WELLNESS POLICY 6:50 to view the Districts policy. The School District completed an annual review of the School Wellness Policy in May 2017 and determined no changes were needed.
Food Service Policy Concerning Refunds,
Prepayments, No Money and Low or Negative Balances
Joliet Township High School District uses a prepaid point of sale system called MySchoolBucks. Individuals scan their District ID to deduct the meal cost from their prepaid balance. Cash is not accepted in the cafeteria. All students and staff should create and fund a lunch account online at www.myschoolbucks.com. Deposits are also accepted through the school Textbook Center/Cashier Office. All deposits take 24-hours to be processed, so the funds will not be available to use until the next school day. MySchoolBucks provides parents with additional features such as viewing student purchases, spending history, low balance email notifications, ability to set daily/weekly spending limits and the option to specify ‘meals only’ or include a la carte purchases.
If a student qualifies for reduced-price or paid meals and the student has a low or negative balance, the student will be able to charge the cost of a full meal for a maximum of two days. After two days, the student will not receive a meal until additional funds are deposited. Negative balances will automatically deduct from additional funds deposited into the students account. If a student qualifies for free meals, the student does not need money on their account unless they want to purchase extra drinks or a la cate items. Students cannot purchase a la carte or extra drinks if they have a negative balance. All students must pay the full cost of meals while waiting for a free or reduced-price meal application to be reviewed.
Lunch account balances remaining at the end of the school year will roll-over to the following school year. The School District will not issue refunds or transfers during the school year or after each school year, except to graduates or students withdrawing from the school district. Refunds and transfers will be issued according to the following guidelines:
Refunds and transfers will only be considered for graduates and students withdrawing from the school district.
A balance less than $10 will not be refunded, transferred or used toward payment of student fees.Students should deplete lunch accounts with less than $10 before their last day of school.
Accounts with more than $10 will be used:
Toward payment of the student’s fees;
Transferred to another family member;
A refund will be issued.
Parents must submit a written request to transfer or refund the balance within two weeks after a student graduates or withdraws from the school district.
Transfer requests should include the name and ID number of the graduate and the name and ID number of the family member receiving the funds.
Refund requests should include the name and ID number of the graduate, the parents name and a mailing address.
Cash refunds will not be provided.
Mail refund request to: Email refund request to:
Joliet Township High School District email@example.com
Director of Support Services
3901 Olympic Boulevard
Joliet, IL 60431-7947
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