HOW TO MAKE PAYMENTS
You may pay online using E-Funds for Schools.
Please note that E-Funds is no longer compatible with Internet Explorer.
Please use Google Chrome, Firefox, or Microsoft Edge.
How to make a payment: Click here to go to the EFunds webpage. First, you will need to create an account. Next, go to manage students. You will enter your 10 digit phone number that is on file with HR, in the student number, put in your last name, then hit add or continue. Now you will want to fund lunch. The least amount you can add using EFunds is $10. Next, put in your credit card or debit card and it will add money to your account. Efunds and Skyward (our Student Information System) don’t always “talk to each other” on the balance in your account; we go by the balance in Skyward as that is the one that would be most accurate. Please reach out to our office at 605-394-4061 or email Lisa Schmoll at Lisa.Schmoll@k12.sd.us if you have any questions.
Check or Cash
You may send a check in the mail to our office at 851 West Street or pay with check or cash at the school. Due to COVID-19, we are not currently accepting customers at our office. Please call and we will assist you (394-4061).
Student Nutrition Office
851 West Street
Rapid City, SD 57702
**We are unable to accept payment over the phone**
REFUNDS & TRANSFERS
Food Service account balances carry over from school year to school year. If your student is graduating or moving, you may request a refund or a balance transfer to another student. Please fill out the food service refund/transfer request form. Due to COVID-19, we are not currently accepting customers at our office. Please call and we will assist you (394-4061).
Households are responsible for keeping a positive balance in their student’s lunch account.
If you are unable to pay your negative balance in full, you can set up payment arrangements with our secretary, Lisa. Please call our office at 394-4061.
Do you have any questions? Send us a message!
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