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Top 5 reasons to register for and use MyPaymentsPlus:

1. Registering for an account is free and easy**!

2. Free Purchase History - MyPaymentsPlus makes it easy to see how your money is being spent in the cafeteria, allowing you immediate access to your student's purchase history.

3. Free Low Balance Notifications - MyPaymentsPlus can give you the peace of mind knowing you never have to hear "Oops, I forgot to tell you that I need lunch money" as your student is getting out of the car for school on a Monday morning!  Once registered, you can set individual Low Balance Limits for each student and sign up for free email messages alerting you when a balance falls below the set limit. 

4. Free Mobile Apps - Free smart phone apps allow you access to your student's account wherever you are. 

5. Low Payment Fees - Using MyPaymentsPlus to deposit money into you student's account is very affordable and always optional. If you decide to use this feature, the fee is approximately 4.8% of the amount you deposit.  Charging a percentage of the amount deposited allows for smaller fees for smaller deposits.  Greeneville City Schools Nutrition Department does not control or receive any part of the fee.

**You will need your student's GCS issued Student Identification Number.  That number may be 6, 7 or 9 digits.  The MyPaymentsPlus system requires a 9 digit Student ID.  If your student's ID is not 9 digits, please add zeros at the beginning until it is. For example, if your student's ID is 111111, you would use 000111111 when you add your student to your account.

If you don't know your student's school issued Student Identification Number, you can get it by calling the school office or the Nutrition Department at 423-787-8012/13 or by emailing russells@gcschools.net or frankie.norton@gcschools.net.

 

 


FAQ about Meal Online Payment System

This link will take you to our online Meal Payment System's Frequently Asked Questions.

 


School Nutrition Links
School Nutrition Assiciation

The School Nutrition Association is a national, nonprofit professional organization representing more than 55,000 members who provide high-quality, low-cost meals to students across the country.


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