set up a MyPaymentsPlus account, you will be asked for a pin number, the student ID number and
the pin number are the same number.
When you register online with MyMealpayPlus, you can view
your child's account balance, meal purchases and payment
history on the internet, and even be notified by email when
the account balance is low.
You do not
have to make prepayments to use these features.
Other Payment Information
For a list of weekly, monthly and semester payment
amounts, click here.
You may also pay into an account for your student with cash or
check sent to the school. If paying with cash at
elementary school, put it
in a sealed envelope with your student’s first and last name
on it. Also, please write the teacher's name and grade
on the outside of the envelope.
When paying by check,
write your student's (first and last) name
on the check. If you know your student's Cobb County
ID number, put it on the check, too. Use a separate
check for each child to ensure that the correct amount of
money is applied to each child's account.
Please make sure your child has money for lunch every day.
If you need to know how much money is on your child’s
account, you may call or email the school’s
Café Manager. The cashier can also tell your
the account balance.
school administration has adopted a limited charge
policy. If a student arrives at school without
money, they are allowed up to $6.45 in charges at
elementary school and $4.60 at middle school.
Charges are not allowed for a la carte, adults, or
at high school.
For elementary and middle
school only, if your child arrives at school without money for
lunch and has reached the charge limit, he/she will
an alternate meal (such as a peanut
butter sandwich and milk, or a cheese sandwich and
milk). No alternate meal
will be provided for
breakfast. To prevent your child from having to
receive an alternate meal, please ensure that you
send money for your student's meals each day, or
prepay for the meals in advance.
Charging for meals will not be allowed during the
last two weeks of the school year. If your
elementary or middle school child arrives at
school without money, the student
will be provided the alternate meal for lunch.