My School Bucks Account
School Year 2018-2019 Meal Prices
Creating a student meal account is easy and convenient! You may pre-load funds into your student’s account by sending in a check or cash, to the food service office, or use our third party vendor (mySchoolBucks) for credit/debit card deposits.
Poquoson City Public Schools has partnered with mySchoolBucks for your convenience. To establish a FREE account visit https://www.myschoolbucks.com
set-up low balance alerts for FREE!
- Available 24/7 on the web or through our mobile app or your smartphone
– Add funds (not required) for all your students, even if they attend different schools. Eliminate the need for your students to take money to school.
- Set low balance alerts, view account activity, recurring/automatic payments & more!
- Make payments using credit/debit cards and electronic checks.
Enrollment is easy!
Go to https://www.myschoolbucks.com and register for a free account.
Add your students using their school name and student ID.
(Optional) Add funds to your students’ accounts with your credit/debit card or electronic check. A program fee may apply. You will have the opportunity to review any fees and cancel if you choose, before you are charged.
If you have any questions, contact MySchoolBucks directly, or call the Poquoson food service office: · firstname.lastname@example.org · Myschoolbucks support line 1-855-832-5226 · PCPS food service line 868-3151
2017-2018 Meal Prices
Breakfast and Lunch Prices
Superintendent's Regulation 4-4
School Lunch: Good for Kids and Good for Your Wallet
As the cost of just about everything continues to increase, school lunch is one meal that is still a great value, both nutritionally and economically! It remains a bargain compared to alternatives, such as bagged lunches and off-campus restaurants.
Save Money: Eat School Lunch
On average, it costs less to buy a school lunch than to bring a lunch from home. According to a meal-cost analysis, the estimated nationwide average cost of a lunch brought from home was $3.43. Based on the national average, families can save $243* a year if they choose school lunch.
*When lunch is purchased every day for a 180-day school year.
*According to a meal-cost analysis by Alice Jo Rainville, PhD, RD, CHE, SNS of Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI*