Monday, Mar 20
Soup and Sandwich
Tuesday, Mar 21
Roast Beef Mashed Potatoes Dirt Cups
Wednesday, Mar 22
Pancake & Sausage
MENU CHANGE: Hamburgers and French Fries
Thursday, Mar 23
Super Salad Bar
Friday, Mar 24
Online Payments are on for Credit Cards Only
***For use on desktop or laptop computers only***
1. Log in to your Wordware Account at : http://www.wordwareinc.com/
Click on “Family Login” button located at the top right.
2. Sign in using your email address and password you have previously set. If you have not set one, you will need a family key from the office.
3. From here, you can either click on the wallet, or click add funds.
a. Wallet: This option will ask you to add a payment “funding source”. This is where you would put in your billing and card information. When you are done you can click on the fork and knife.
b. Add funds box. Type in the amount you want to add. Then click “Pay Now”. A pop-up will show asking you to set-up a funding source. Click to set up and enter your billing and card information.
**Make sure to click save! **
Click on the fork and knife, add funds and submit payment.
* We are aware of the fees that come with this new service; unfortunately we will most likely not have the option for electronic checks (with a much smaller fee) until after the new year. Until then we are more than happy to still accept checks and cash at the school for your lunch payments.
If you have any questions please call the school at : 308-636-2252.
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