Menu Pricing

  • Breakfast- $1.50
    RAS lunch- $2.50
    FMS lunch- $2.75
    FHS lunch-$3.00
    Adult lunch (includes staff)- $4.00
    Milk- $0.50

My School Bucks

  • What is My School Bucks?

    In 2005, MySchoolBucks got its start with a simple plan: to make school payments convenient and easy. We're parents too, and we understand how challenging it can be to keep up with the busy activities of daily life, from school to music lessons or soccer practice, to homework and getting dinner on the table. We're committed to shortening your "to do" list so that there's one less thing to worry about, whether it's finding time to pack tomorrow's lunches or remembering to write a check for the upcoming field trip.

    Today, more than 2 million families with kids at 25,000 schools across the US trust MySchoolBucks with their payments for school meals, after-school programs, bus passes, athletic fees and more. With MySchoolBucks, you can add money to your child's account, view account balances and recent purchases, and set up notifications for upcoming payments - from the convenience of your home, office, or on-the-go with our mobile app.

    Additionally, we take your security seriously - in fact, it's our top priority. We understand the trust you place in us to keep your information safe, and MySchoolBucks adheres to the strictest security standards for online payments. As a service of Heartland School Solutions, a division of Heartland Payment Systems, Inc. (NYSE: HPY), we've got the support, security, resources and expertise of the nation's 5th largest payment processor, responsible for more than $80 billion in transactions annually.

    From the MySchoolBucks family to yours, thank you for letting us serve you and make your life just a little bit easier.

     

    My School Bucks

Food Allergy Statement

  • Fayetteville City School cafeterias follow the criteria set forth by the USDA in the Guidelines for Accommodating Children with Special Dietary Needs in the School Nutrition Programs. This publication states that the school has a responsibility to provide a safe, nonallergic meal to a child with a disabling condition. Also caution should be exercised at all times, and foods are not served to children at risk for anaphylactic reactions. Finally, a child may be provided a meal which is equivalent to the meal served to other children but not necessarily the same meal.

Contact

  • perrin

    Ron Perrin

    Supervisor of Nutrition

    931-433-5542

    perrinr@fcsboe.org


    Hall

    Megan Hall

    Cafeteria Manager

    931-433-0080

    hallm@fcsboe.org