MGSD School Nutrition
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- MGSD School Meal Basics
- Nutrition Education & Promotion Information
Student Breakfast ............................................. $1.00
Reduced Breakfast ............................................. FREE
Student Lunch (K - 6th) ..................................... $2.15
Student Lunch (7th - 12th) ................................ $2.40
Reduced Lunch ................................................. $ .40
Adult Pricing .............................................. A la Carte
The goal of the Mooresville Graded School District’s School Nutrition Services is to serve nutritious, economical meals within a clean, safe and child-friendly environment.
Our focus is on the health and education of Mooresville’s children. We know that hunger and under-nutrition are related to tiredness and low academic performance. What we eat affects how we grow and learn! This program strives to help children develop healthy eating habits to last them a lifetime.
MGSD provides every student with access to an application for free and reduced priced meals at the opening of school. Applications need to be completed and submitted as early as possible. All students in one household may be placed on one application even though they are located at different schools. Only one application per family needs to be completed. Receiving Free or Reduced price meals is a completely confidential process.
If a student was receiving free or reduced meals at the end of the previous school year in the Mooresville Graded School District, they will receive free or reduced meals for the first ten days of the new school year, giving parents time to submit the new application. Students who are new to the Mooresville Graded School District will have to pay until the free and reduced meals application can be processed. When an application is approved for free and reduced meals it does not cover previous charges that have been made on a child’s account. Those charges will need to be paid.
A student who is approved for free or reduced meals will receive free or reduced breakfast and lunch for the remainder of the current school year.
Application templates in other languages are available for comparison or instructional purposes, but may not be for the current school year. You may review these applications on the USDA website by clicking here .
The MGSD School Nutrition Department provides every student in our district with a three or four digit PIN number to be used in the school cafeteria. These PIN numbers identify an account for each student and we ask each student to memorize their number. Parents may send money to be placed in the account for the student at whatever denomination they would like. Pre-payment may be made for the week, month or more and in any increment the parent prefers to make. When the student comes through the cafeteria line, they give the cashier their PIN number and any items they are purchasing will be debited from their account. A student may also pay each day if they prefer. These accounts help to prevent lost money as students do not have to handle money as often if larger sums are placed on the account. Account balances will follow them year after year and from school to school.
Elementary and intermediate school students are allowed to charge a meal. It is expected that those charges will be paid on the next school day. If a student has a charge on their account, they will not be allowed to purchase any extra items. Any money they bring will be applied to their account until all charges are paid.
Middle school students are not allowed to charge a meal. Charges follow a student from one school to another, so if a middle school student has a charge on their account they will not be allowed to buy extra items until all charges are paid.
High school students are not allowed to charge a meal. Charges follow a student from one school to another, so if a charge has followed the high school student from elementary or middle school, they will not be allowed to buy extra items until all charges are paid.
MGSD School Nutrition Refund Policy
Money that is sent to the cafeteria and credited to student accounts is deposited daily. Therefore, we do not provide refunds for these transactions after the close of the business day on the day the transaction occurs. All balances on a student’s cafeteria account rolls from the end of one school year to the start of the next school year and transfers when the student moves to a different school within the district.
There are situations, such as a student who withdraws from Mooresville Graded School District with a positive balance in his/her cafeteria account, when the money may be refunded to the parent/guardian of the student. All refunds are issued by check; cash is never issued. A refund request form must be completed and signed by a parent/guardian, submitted to the School Nutrition Department and approved by the SN Director. To request a refund, please fill out the Refund Request Form by selecting the form link and submitting the completed form to our office.
Non-Sufficient Funds Checks
Your check is welcome in the School Nutrition Department of Mooresville Graded School District. We recognize that occasionally a parent may inadvertently overdraw a checking account and a check may be returned by your bank. In order to recover these funds in a private and professional manner, we have contracted with CHECKredi, LLC, a company based in Lexington, Kentucky for collection of returned checks.
Each check written to the district should be on a commercially printed check with your name, address, and two telephone numbers. Counter or starter checks will not be accepted. When a person writes a check to the School Nutrition Department, the person writing the check agrees that, if the check is returned that it may be represented electronically on the same account, and that the fee established by law, now $25.00 in addition to the face value, may be debited from the same account.
CHECKredi will contact you by mail and by telephone in order to make arrangements to pay before attempting to represent the check electronically. Payments may be made to CHECKredi’s office by mail to P.O. Box 11848, Lexington, KY 40578. Payments of the check and fee may be made online at www.checkredi.com using a credit card, debit card or electronic check without any additional fees. For a convenience fee, payments may be made over the telephone at (866)433-7334 by credit card, debit card or electronic check.
Information about food and other industry related recalls can be found at
Kim McCall, SN Director
574 W. McLelland Ave.
Mooresville, NC 28115
Office Hours: Monday - Friday from 7:30 am - 4:00 pm
School Cafeteria Managers
Park View Elementary
Manager: Angela Ferrell
Asst: Linda Keller
Rocky River Elementary
Manager: Jana Lowery
Asst: Suzie Boyles
Manager: Anna Ballentine
Asst: Heidi Marshall
East Mooresville Intermediate
Manager: Jennifer Freeze
Asst: Dora Trivett
Manager: Jennifer Readling
Asst: Cyndie Chapman
Mooresville Middle School
Manager: Howard Nelson
Asst: Deborah Campbell
Mooresville High School
Manager: Cheryl Crabtree
Asst: Teresa Guard
Asst: Tina Myers
All About K12PaymentCenter
*K12PaymentCenter is eliminating the fee for premium accounts effective for the 2016-2017 school year. After the change all users who sign up for the service will have access to premium account features at no extra cost. Existing accounts that have basic service will be upgraded to premium.
Users will continue to be charged the same convenience fee that is in place now in your district when adding money to meal accounts .
K12PaymentCenter brings school lunch into the age of technology. This site is your one-stop shop for automated school meal account management. Using this secure site to make your payments and monitor your student’s account gives you the assurance of knowing where your money is going and how it is being spent; furthermore, using K12PaymentCenter will remove the stress that comes with making sure your student has cash for lunch. K12PaymentCenter is an easy, secure and convenient way to pay for lunch.
- Make meal payments on the internet using your credit card.
- Check your child’s meal account balance.
- Get low balance alerts by email.
- See what your child is buying.
For more information go to www.K12PaymentCenter.com or call Mooresville Graded School District’s School Nutrition Department at (704) 663-1531. K12PaymentCenter.com has also been optimized for accessing your account from your smartphone with a mobile page link.
If you have questions or require assistance with user functions, please click on the link below.
If you are going on a field trip or having a party with your students, it is no problem! The cafeteria can still serve your class a well balanced meal. All we ask is that you give us a two week notice. Just complete and submit the appropriate form along with a list of the names of students requesting meals to the cafeteria manager at your school. All meals will be applied to the student’s cafeteria account.
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