SchoolCafe Payments

  • SchoolCafe

    Online payments are a simple, safe and secure way to make payments to your students account 24 hours a day at your convenience.

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    Manage your student's SchoolCafé account

    To create your SchoolCafé account, you will need your child's Student ID #. This information is emailed to families in early August each year as part of Back-to-School Online. Student ID #s are also displayed within Parent Access accounts. For assistance with Student ID #s, please contact your child's school office.

    SchoolCafé Guide for parents (PDF)

    How to set up an account.


    How to make a payment.


SchoolCafe Mobile App

  • schoolcafe_app_logo.png SchoolCafé App. Free mobile app compatible with most Android and IOS phones, by installing the mobile app, you are able to pay online, view and monitor student meal purchases, set purchase restrictions & apply for free & reduced meals. 

    All families are strongly encouraged to set-up low balance alerts and/or to regularly check the balance of their students’ meal accounts online at OR download the FREE mobile app. 


    Download the free Mobile app, schoolcafe go beyond the schoolcafeteria, add funds for meals , view school menus, apply for f  

     download the app store       get it on Google play

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