Breakfast is FREE for ALL JUSD Students !
Lunch for all Grades K-12 is now $2.50 each
Student Chef Salad Grades 7-12 $2.75 each
Supper now available through our Think Together Afterschool Program! - inquire at your student's school site.
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• Online Meal Applications are available for your convenience at http://fsoma.jusd.k12.ca.us
IMPORTANT: The online application software allows only one online application to be submitted per school year. Please double check that all your information is correct before hitting the “submit” button.
• Supper Meals - Beginning with the 18/19 school year, Supper will be offered through the Think Together After School Program. Please check with your child’s school for more information on program availability and registration requirements.
• ONLINE Meal Payments- We encourage you to establish an online payment account for your student by visiting www.MyPaymentsPlus.com. My Payments Plus lets you deposit funds for meals, as well as, allowing you to view your student’s meal history. You will need the student’s ID number in order to set up an online payment account. You may contact your child’s school directly for their identification number. JUSD Staff - please contact Nutrition Services at (951) 360-2766 or email Teri King directly to request and acquire the ID necessary for you to make online payments.
• Bonus Meal Program - We are pleased to offer a “bonus” meal incentive! For every 10 prepaid lunches your student will receive one additional meal at no charge. K-12 - Prepayment of 10 meals: $25.00
• Mobile Menu App – Ever wonder what’s for lunch, but don’t have the menu handy? There’s an app for that!Visit the app store and download the app School Nutrition & Fitness. Once downloaded you may search by the school or district name to find the current month’s menu.
For more information or further assistance please contact –
Jurupa USD Nutrition Services
10223 Bellegrave Ave
Office Hours: Monday – Friday 7:30am – 3:00pm
Have a Great School Year!
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