Parents can deposit money directly into their child's meal account and can receive emails regarding that account balance through the "mySchoolBucks.com" website, which can be accessed in the red box to the right.
For parents with more than one child in the Meade School District, payments for all children can be done from the same online account.
Similarly, automatic email updates about low account balances or negative balances for each child is available.
For those who choose not to take advantage of the online service, Meade Food Service will continue to accept cash or check. When paying in that manner, the student's ID number must be included so payment is credited to the correct account.
Meade Food Service
1121 Ball Park Road
Sturgis, S.D. 57785
Breakfast and lunch tickets are available through the Meade Food Service Office located at 1121 Ball Park Road, Sturgis. Prices are as follows:
20 milk ticket: $10
Half-pint (purchased separately) 50¢
20 meal ticket: K-12, $37; adult, $42
10 meal ticket: K-12, $18.50; adult, $21
5 meal ticket: K-12, $9.25; adult, $10.50
(Includes ½ pint milk)
20 meal ticket: K-8, $56; 9-12, $58; adult, $66
10 meal ticket: K-8, $28; 9-12, $29; adult, $33
5 meal ticket: K-8, $14; 9-12, $14.50; adult, $16.50
Single meals are also available. Breakfast is $1.85 for students and $2.10 for adults. Lunch costs $2.80 for K-8 students, $2.90 for 9-12 students and $3.30 for adults.
When two meals are left on a student’s account, that student is informed and, as a reminder, a notification is sent home with the child. Charging of meals is limited to two at the elementary and middle school and one at the high school. Charging of meals is not allowed during the last two weeks of school.
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