MealPayPlus at MyPaymentsPlus
The MCS Food & Nutrition Department is offering the convenience of automated prepayment for your child's meals via the Internet with the MealPayPlus program at the website MyPaymentsPlus (www.mypaymentsplus.com). You may add funds to your student’s account with a VISA, Master Card, Discover credit/debit cards or electronic checks. A convenience fee of $2.00 will apply for each payment to your student account(s). Money deposited into “MealPayPlus” generally appears in the account within 12-24 hours.MealPayPlus also offers the ability to view your child's purchase history and account balance at no charge. Log on to the MyPaymentsPlus website or call (866) 682-9276 to get started. Student ID numbers are needed in order to use this feature. These numbers can be obtained from your school cafeteria, the Central Office, or by calling 1-877-237-0946.Checks for payment of meals are welcome. If your check is returned for in-sufficient funds, you will be responsible for the amount of the check plus a service charge of $10 for each occurrence.You may continue to have money in your student’s account to purchase extra items if you so choose. Morgan County uses an on line system called “MealPayPlus.” This allows you to securely keep money in your student’s account. This would eliminate the need for your student to take money to school for food items.
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