Thank you for your generous support in feeding our students!
Donations to the Food Services Department are used to help other Falcon Families in our district that may be unable to resolve their meal charges. The donations are made anonymously to our department through K-12 Payment Center and the Food Services Department will apply these funds to outstanding student meal accounts.
Making a donation is simple. It is the same process for adding funds to your student’s account. All you have to do is add the Student Meal Debt Donations account to your K12 Payment Center profile and make a payment. Follow the instructions on this video to see how.
How to make a donation:
Student Number: 5555
*Please note, the donation account is assigned to Austintown Elementary School, however the funds are used for all student meal accounts in the district (Pre-K through 12)
…applied to student meal accounts with outstanding balances
…made anonymous to our food service department
…used for students in any grade
Meal Charge Donations FAQ's
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Are meals free for all students during 2020-2021?
What is the total meal charge debt in the district?
Can I make a donation with cash or check?
Austintown Elementary School
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