Meal Account Balance Inquiry

Parents now have the availability to check their child's meal account balance and 30-day transaction history online. This allows parents to see when their child is eating or not and monitor their balance. Keeping your child's meal account balance in a positive state will ensure your child receives a meal. A nutritious breakfast and lunch is important to a growing child's health and learning. 

It is the parent/guardian's responsibility to maintain sufficient funds in their child's meal account. A student’s account summary information can be retrieved at any time.  Parents can place restrictions on their child’s account by contacting the school kitchen manager.  Charging is discouraged and should only be used in emergencies.  The approved District policy for allowing charges are: Elementary- 3 charges, Middle- 1 charge, and High- no charges. Any student failing to keep his/her account current as required by the district shall not be allowed to charge the price of further meals until the account has been paid in full, but will be allowed to purchase a meal if the student pays for the meal when it is received.  Payment may be made at the school office or school kitchen.

To access your student's meal account balance, click on the appropriate link below. Select the school your student attends from the drop down list provided. Enter your student's School District ID number and then click "Submit". Information is updated daily @ 3:00 pm.  If you do not have your student's School District ID number, you may contact your school office.

Corvallis School District - Click here to access site.
Philomath School District - Click here to access site.

Contact Us

Food and Nutrition Services
Address:

1555 SW 35th St., Corvallis, Oregon 97333
Phone:
541-757-5903
Fax:
541-757-5730

Staff:

Marv Newcombe, Food Service Supervisor

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