Free Meals Ended
Since the start of the pandemic in 2020, Parkway has provided free meals for all students through the funding provided by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, which has been extended multiple times by Congress. That funding has expired, which means that free meals will no longer be available to all Parkway students in the 2022-23 school year. Families who submitted and were approved for free/reduced meals in the 21-22 School Year will carry over that status for the first 30 days of the 2022-2023 School Year. All families are required to reapply starting July 2022 when the income guidelines change in order to be eligible for free/reduced meals throughout the whole school year of 2022-2023.
Ala-Carte sales in Elementary are limited to second entrees or extra drinks. Students will need funds in their meal accounts in order to purchase drinks. Snack bars will be open in middle and high schools. Students must have funds in their accounts to purchase items at the snack bar.
All adult meals must be purchased. The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education does not cover any adult meals or purchases.
Option 1: Cash or Check to School
Payments sent to the school with your student may be dropped into a deposit box in the school. Please make sure the envelope has the student's name and PIN number.
Option 2: MySchoolBucks
- Make a deposit using a debit card or credit card.
- Be notified of low balances by email, sign up for automatic deposits and view transaction histories.
- Make deposits to multiple schools for a single $2.75 service fee from the provider for each debit card or credit card session or if you deposit more frequently, use the One Pay Plan and pay $12.95/yr for Student Pay Plan or Family Plan $26.95/yr - see district website for more information.
Learn more about deposits here.