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    Charge Policy

    Aubrey ISD has a NO CHARGE POLICY on all campuses.  Students at Aubrey Elementary Schools will have a $4.00 (emergency) courtesy allowance.  Students at Aubrey Middle School will have a $4.00 courtesy allowance. This allowance is intended for those days a student forgets to bring lunch money.  Students should maintain positive balances at all times.  Students with a negative balance exceeding “courtesy limit” will be offered an alternate meal.  Courtesy allowance is for meals only.  No ala cart items can be charged.  (Breakfast will not be served)

     

    Alternate meal consists of:

    Lunch: Cheese Sandwich and Milk.

     

    Alternate meal will be offered for 3 days only. After 3 days, your student will not be served.

     

    Cash Payments

    Please remember that money for school meals is best sent by check so that you are assured that it will be deposited directly to the student’s meal account. If you send cash, it must be clearly marked in an envelope with the student’s first and last name, teacher’s name and the amounts to be deposited if there is more than one student.  Please send separate payments for students on different campuses.

     We are not responsible for lost, unidentified, mis-spent or stolen cash.

     

    Online Service

    You may now check your child’s balance online and add money to their account through ezschoolpay.com(Link provided on Aubrey ISD website)  Ezschoolpay.com is our only balance notification system.  Use this service to monitor your students balance, even if you choose not to pay online.  You will need your students ID# to register.

     

    Access online service at ezschoolpay.com. 
     
    NO CHARGES ALLOWED DURING THE MONTHS OF APRIL AND MAY. 

     

    Questions or concerns contact:

     

    Barbara Lawson,
    Child Nutrition Director

    940-440-3707
     
     

    In accordance with Federal Law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.  To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, SE, Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 or call (800) 795-3272 or (202) 720-6382 (TTY). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.