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LunchBox Online

April 2010:  We have seven schools with access to online payment options--Ambler, A. R. Lewis and Six Mile elementary schools, Edwards, Gettys and Pickens middle schools, and Daniel High School.  You will find directions about LunchBox online payment options on their Web sites. We will be adding more schools during the year as the schools are ready.

The School District of Pickens County has partnered with LunchBox, our Student Nutrition Services software program, so that families can have direct access to their children’s cafeteria accounts.


By logging in through our Web site and setting up a LunchBox account, you can see what and when your children have been eating, see what their current balances are, establish a reoccurring payment, set spending limits and make notes for the cafeteria manager.  Payment history for the year is available with the click of the mouse.

The program also offers families the convenience of depositing funds into a child's LunchBox account  This option is possible because of a third party service provider called e~Funds for Schoolse~Funds for Schools is similar to other online banking services and charges nominal fees for processing your deposits.  The service also lets you charge meal payments to your credit card. 

Lunchbox Online will help eliminate last minute check writing hassles, improve efficiency, and help cut costs for both you and the school district.  Online payments will help eliminate the worry that your children could lose or forget the money intended for meals or that it might be spent on other non-school related items.



How do you use LunchBox Online?


To use the LunchBox Online feature, you must create two online accounts:  an account with LunchBox and one with e~Funds for SchoolsFamilies set up and maintain their own logins, passwords, and payment preferences. Account information is retained in a password-protected file.

You’ll need an Internet connection with Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher, a valid e-mail address and your student’s SASI PermNumber. 


Complete instructions will help you set up your two online accounts.


How do you get a student's SASI PermNumber?
  
 
SASI PermNumbers were distributed to parents at Meet-the-Teacher night for elementary and middle school students. High school students have the PermNuber printed on their schedules.  The number is also printed on report cards and interim reports. 

If you do not have the number, please contact the school receptionist in person.  We cannot issue numbers over the phone. 



 





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