Why should I use myLunchMoney.com?
Edwardsville School District continues to be committed to
developing products and services that help school operations
run more efficiently and provide convenience to parents who
use our services. Since 2002,
has benefited parents and districts nationwide.
The District’s mission is to provide a quality service to
all our customers, and we are proud to announce the addition
of this new and exciting program, which features the ability
to view students’ purchases and their spending history, low
balance email notifications, the ability to set daily/weekly
spending limits for a child, and the capability to set up a
child to purchase meals only or a-la-carte. The Edwardsville
School District wants to make life easier for parents who
don’t want to worry about lunch money. We are deeply
committed to making parents’ experience with
a pleasant one.
Is there a fee for using this service?
There is a transaction fee of $1.95 each time parents
fund their child’s myLunchmoney account. The fee is applied
to each school site listed on the account. If parents have
more than one child attending the same school, then the fee
will only be applied once, IF funding is completed for all
students at the same time.
https://www.mylunchmoney.com/ fees will be displayed
BEFORE you complete a transaction. If parents do not wish to
continue making the payment, they can cancel before being
Are there any other functions available with this
This program will allow parents to be better informed
about their child’s purchases in the school cafeteria —
parents can monitor the meals their child consumes, as well
as the balance on their child’s account. It also provide
parents with the option of choosing what their children can
Parents can use our web site for its free services, which
include notification emails when their child’s balance goes
below $5.00 and the ability to see what the balance in their
child’s account is at the end of each day. Additionally, the
District also has features that allow parents to set any
spending limits for their child and view what they have
eaten for the last seven days with our meal history feature.
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