Lunch Program amp Cafeteria

Lunch Program & Cafeteria

IMPORTANT...Food and Nutrition Services Procedure Change!

(This change does not affect students on the free and reduced priced school meal program.)

Effective last school year, Food and Nutrition Services will no longer extend credit to students for lunch meal services.

If a student comes to school with no provision for lunch, they will receive an alternate “courtesy” meal consisting of milk and a fruit or vegetable.


To help eliminate the need of an alternate meal, the Food and Nutrition Services department offers a prepayment on-line service at


Check or cash pre-payment options are also available in the cafeteria. Pre-payment options will help parents/guardians ensure their student has provisions for lunch.


The advantages of using the mySchoolBucks program are:

  • Peace of Mind- Virtually eliminates worries about students carrying money to school.
  • Convenience - Payments can be made 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • Control - Using mySchoolBucks, you can view your student’s meal purchases at the school cafeteria. You can set up an automatic email reminder to alert you when a payment is needed. You can also set up automatic payments.
  • Efficient - Make payments for all your students in one step, even if they attend different schools within this district.
  • Security - offers a secure transaction gateway that accepts Visa and MasterCard. (A minimal fee will apply when using this service to make online payments.)



For more information, please contact our office, visit our caferteria manager, or call PUSD's Food and Nutrition Services department at (909) 397-4711 Ext. 3950.

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