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Mount Daniel

      

       Mount Daniel Elementary Lunch Menu

 

Thomas Jefferson

    
      
     Thomas Jefferson Elementary Lunch Menu

 

Mary Ellen Henderson

      

      Mary Ellen Henderson Middle Lunch Menu
    


George Mason High

    

    George Mason High Lunch Menu
   

      Free / Reduced Lunch Qualification


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Important Information!

There are important, exciting changes coming for the 2013-2014 FCCPS Food Service Program.

  • FCCPS Foodservice has upgraded its software system. All parents must setup new accounts for their students at www.myschoolbucks.com to view balances online. All balances for all students have been transferred over from last year.

     MySchoolBucks

    A mySchoolBucks mobile app is also available!
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  • Separate free and reduced applications must be filled out for students at George Mason High School and Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School. This will delay benefits if not done.
  • Lunch prices for George Mason High School and Mary Ellen Henderson Middle are $3.50 per meal and $2.80 at Mount Daniel and Thomas Jefferson.
  • Breakfast at all schools is $1.75

      Food Service Debit Accounts for Students Dear Parents,

In the Food Service Department we have updated our computerized system that allows us to manage our business faster and better. The system is called Café Enterprise.

DEBIT ACCOUNTS FOR STUDENTS!

A great feature of this system is that each student has a “debit account” (not a credit account) with us. This means that money is deposited into the account, and then the student can purchase lunch using it. Each student has an account number which is the same as their student ID number. At lunch time, the student enters their number on the pin pad and the computer accesses the student’s account. If there is money in the account, the purchase is deducted. If the student is eligible for a free meal, the computer acts as if the student has meal credits in the account. If there is no money in the account, and the student is a paying student, the computer will ask for the price of the meal.

HOW CAN YOU ASSIST US?

  • By sending your check in advance of school opening so we can get it deposited in your child’s account. Please send one check per school per student.
  • Send checks to the Food Service Office or to the School your child attends with the child’s name and student ID number made payable to : Falls Church City Schools Food Service or by creating an account online at www.myschoolbucks.com and pay by credit card.
  • The following credit cards are accepted, Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover Card.

Parents can view their child’s account balance and pay for multiple children at different schools by creating an online account at www.myschoolbucks.com. To view your student’s account you do not need to use a credit card. A minimum of 15 meals is required to be purchased and there is a small fee to use this service.

Please remember, any funds sent to the Food Service Department must include student’s name and student ID to ensure funds are applied to the correct student.

The Food Services Department will be offering three lunch entrees with a choice of vegetables and fruit each school day. Also available will be pre-packaged cold sandwiches. Applications for free or reduced-price lunches are included in this packet and will also be posted on the www.fccps.org website.Please return your free/reduced-price lunch application or send payment directly to food services in the enclosed business envelope addressed to FCCPS c/o GMHS before September 3, 2013. We look forward to serving your students a nutritious lunch this school year. If you have additional questions, please call the food service office at 703-248- 5534 or attend one of the PTSA meetings for a Q& A session at the beginning of the school year to meet the Foodservice Director Richard Kane. 

Sincerely, Richard Kane, Food Service Director

NOTICE: The City of Falls Church accepts checks as a form of payment. However, should your check be returned to us for any reason it is our policy to electronically debit your account for the amount of the check plus a processing fee of $50.00

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