We prepare foods in our own school kitchens and buy local produce, milk and whole grain breads. We’ve added many new items to our menu in the past few years. Join us for breakfast and lunch at one of our buildings; we look forward to serving you!
- Student Meal Accounts
- Student Meal Payments
- Free and Reduced-Priced Meals
- Refund or Transfer Information
- 20 Ways to Enjoy More Fruits and Vegetables
- 25 Healthy Snacks for Kids
Every student is issued a meal account accessed by a PIN number they use to purchase meals. It is the responsibility of the student’s parent/guardian to keep adequate funds in the account for purchases. Nutrition Services provides weekly low funds reminders via a caller system, emails and letters of notification to families.
Payment may be made directly at the school to the school kitchen manager or pay by credit card through the Campus Parent Portal website.
- Cash is not preferred due to the inability to trace payments
- Checks should be made payable to "Spring Lake Park Schools" and include the student's name, student ID number and their pin number
- Households with more than one child need to designate the amount of money to be placed into each child’s account
- Spring Lake Park High School has two cash machines for students to manage their meal account, view their balance and add money
Campus Parent Portal Food Service
- Your User Name is: Your 1st initial, last name & parent ID #
- Example: Jane Doe is jdoe123456
- If you need to confirm your user name, email email@example.com
- If you need to reset your password, visit our Password Portal
- A verification code will be sent your email
- If your email has changed, please update it with Spring Lake Park Schools Registration
- If you need further assistance with your user name/password, email TechSupport@district16.org
Balances, PIN #’s and meal activity
- Choose the Family Food Service tab on the left side of the screen
- Select a Student to monitor meal activity
Credit Card payments using Campus Portal
- Choose the Family Payments tab on the left side of the screen
- Recurring Payments – is used for automatic recurring or low balance payments
- Add tab brings you to another screen where you can set up recurring payment choice
- Food Service Account – is used for one time payments
- Just enter the payment $____ you want on the far right and then hit the Continue tab
A new application must be completed every year to continue meal benefits. Students who qualify for free or reduced meals by submitting a new application each school year will receive meals at no charge.
- New applications are mailed to each household in August
- Important note: Prior year eligibility status will remain in effect only until October 2018 then automatically rolls into full pay status
If your student(s) leaves the district and there is a positive balance in their account, please complete a Refund/Transfer Form.
- If the balance goes unclaimed it will be transferred into an angel account
- For graduating students to request a refund/transfer, the deadline is July 15 of each year
Building a healthy plate is easy when you make half your plate fruits and vegetables. It’s also a great way to add color, flavor and texture plus vitamins, minerals and fiber. All this is packed in fruits and vegetables that are low in calories and fat. Make 2 cups of fruit and 2 ½ cups of vegetables your daily goal. View more tips on how to enjoy more fruits and vegetables every day.
Click on the links below to access additional Nutrition Services pages:
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