You can visit the EZPay website to check your child's lunch account balance and make payments to their account. Click here to visit their website.
Liberty, Victory, and Legacy Charter School’s now have a website (ezschoolpay.com) that you can set up an account to check the balance, and transactions of your students’ lunch account.
Go to ezschoolpay.com, for your convenience you can find your school under “Liberty Charter School District”. Go into “Liberty Charter School District”, and then go to “schools” this is where you will find Legacy and Victory. Our students all have a “PIN” Number, not an ID number. The pin number for each student is the same as their lunch/library numbers. If you have any trouble, please call your school’s kitchen manager.
USDA will no longer let us write on the student’s hands, or tell them they are running out of money, or let them look at the monitor to check their balance. So, it is very important that the parent checks regularly for their child’s balance.
We will start implementing this new mandate the day we come back from October break, October 20th, 2014.
The students will not be able to see their balance on the monitor anymore, and we will not be writing on their hands. We will not be telling them that they are low or out of funds. However they can come and ask to check the balance, as long as no one is within hearing distance, which is pretty much never. So I would say that the best way to check the balance would be to check on the website often to keep the frustration level down.
Please have this set up so your child doesn’t run out of money and won’t be able to have the hot lunch they were looking forward to on that day.
Debbie Hall, Food Service Director
Notice for 2017-2018 school year
Legacy Charter School will have to raise our prices for next year . 05 in Elementary and High School. 1st - 6th will be $2.20, and 7-8 will be $2.45. The Federal Government mandated all schools raise lunch prices at least .05 cents per year until we reach the cap of $2.59 per lunch.
In addition, to keep Legacy's price cost at this lower increase level, Legacy will contract with Liberty for the 2017-2018 school year. Please continue to make your checks to Liberty Charter School for another year.
Please consider completing this application for free/reduced lunches. Over 43% of our students receive their lunches for only 40 cents!
For information on HOW to receive free/reduced lunch please click here.
Q. Who should I make my checks out to? A. Liberty Charter School (IMPORTANT)
Q. What if I can't afford hot lunches? A. You may qualify for reduced priced. Ask the office for a form (or print here). The food service director will respond within a few days.
Q. Will other kids know who is receives free or reduced lunches? A. Only if your child tells them.
Q. How much money should I put on my child’s account? A. As much as you want. Most feel more comfortable by paying a month at a time; then you won’t run the risk of running out.
Q. What if my child runs out of money? A. We are more lenient with 1st and 2nd graders, but we really don’t allow charging. Absolutely no charging after 3rd grade.
Q. If my child needs a lunch, and there is not any money on his/her account, what happens? A. We will give them a peanut butter sandwich, and milk at no charge.
Q. Can my child buy a milk or extra food? A. Yes, as long as there is money on the account, or they bring cash. Milk is .40, extra Entrée is $1.25, extra French fries, and other sides are .75.
Q. How will we get payment to you? A. During the school year, your child will hand in money to their teacher in the morning (cash or check). If it is for multiple siblings, please list them and how much they are to have on their accounts.
Q. How will I know when my child needs more money? A. You can call Legacy (467-0944) any morning, and we will inform them when they are running low.
Q. What if I accidentally bounce a check? A. You will be responsible for bringing in cash to cover the insufficient check, and whatever the bank charges us. After that, we will only accept cash.
Q. What if my child doesn’t want the entrée being served that day? A. They must accept it on their tray when they pass through the cashier. We don’t make them eat it, they just have to have it on their trays (regulations).
Debbie Hall, Food Service Director Liberty, Victory, Legacy Charter email@example.com
Yvette Washburn, Food Service, Legacy Charter firstname.lastname@example.org 466-0944