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Student Meal Accounts


Parents now can access an online account to monitor what food items their children are purchasing, replenish lunch money or set up automatic payments.


Parents can:


  • Monitor online what their child eats for breakfast and lunch
  • Pay for students' meals via Internet or telephone any time.
  • Schedule automatic payments based on account balance
  • Receive e-mail notification of meal account balances or low balances
  • Pay with credit card or electronic check
  • Maintain one account for multiple students


Even if parents do not choose to use their Student Meal Account for payments, they can still check to see what their children are eating. A 30-day history of what was purchased is provided for each student account.


It is simple and quick to register for a Student Meal Account at It's convenient and secure and offers parents two big advantages:


  1. The web site allows parents to monitor their children's lunchtime purchases online and track what their children have been eating for breakfast and lunch for the past 30 days. It's a great way to monitor your child's eating habits.
  2. Parents can make deposits directly into students' meal accounts and have an email reminder sent when an account balance gets low. There is no more worry about money being lost or having to scramble every morning to gather cash to cover meal expenses.


How to Create an Account


Limestone County Schools has chosen as its vendor for Student Meal Accounts.


Creating an account is simple. Just go to and click on "Register Now" in the lower right-hand corner. You will be asked to select your state, then your school district. Follow the instructions to set up an account for your family by creating a username and password with your contact information.


At this point you can add children to your family account. Please note that a parent account can be linked to several children, but a child can only be linked to one parent.


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