The Nutritional Services and Transportation Departments are pleased to announce a new payment service over the Internet. Your child's school now accepts prepayments for school meals and bus passes through the mySchoolBucks.com online payment service. mySchoolBucks.com offers a secure transaction gateway that accepts VISA® or MasterCard® as a means of adding money to your child's account. Here are a few reasons to register now and begin using mySchoolBucks.com:
Safety: Virtually eliminates worries about your child carrying money to school.
Convenience: Make payments when it's convenient for you, from the comfort of your own home, 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.
Control: View your child's food purchases at the school cafeteria. Also, you can setup an automatic email reminder to alert you when a payment is needed to your child's account.
Efficient: Make payments for all of your children in one step, even though they may attend different schools in our district.
To get started, all you need is a home computer, Internet access*, and an email account. There is no cost to families for this service. With any prepayment, you may request a refund of the balance in your child's account according to YCUSD refund policies. To register online: Visit mySchoolBucks.com. Follow the instructions on the screen and provide the required information in order to register. You will receive notification by email of successful registration. For this reason, a valid email address is required when you sign up for the service. We are excited to be able to offer this new service to our families in the school district. We hope you will find it to be not only convenient, but a great timesaver!
Director of Food Services
Director of Transportation
P.S. A computer and Internet access is available for public use at:
Sutter County Library
750 Forbes Avenue, Yuba City, 95991
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