The school cafeteria serves hot meals daily, starting on the first full school day. A Menu is emailed to parents and students monthly through TeacherEase. No fast food lunches are to be dropped off for students.
Althoff Catholic High School has partnered with TeacherEase to implement a secure internet-based payment system that allows you to conveniently pay for your child’s lunch via debit or credit card. This service also allows you to receive automated emails detailing your child’s account balance.
Log in to your account to pay for your child’s lunch through TeacherEase. From the menu bar, choose Miscellaneous, then Fees. On the next screen, click on the drop-down arrow next to account and choose Lunch. Click on the Make Payment button at the bottom of the screen and follow the prompts to complete the process. Each time your child goes through the lunch line, he/she will key their student ID number into the keypad and it will deduct the lunch options chosen from the lunch account balance.
Please note the preferred method of payment is online through TeacherEase.
FREE & REDUCED LUNCH
The free-reduced lunch application can be found through TeacherEase. This is the preferred method to apply for Free-Reduced lunch. To fill out the Free-Reduced Lunch Application, simply log in to your TeacherEase account and click on Miscellaneous, scroll down to Free-Reduced Lunch Application and follow the prompts. If you do not have a computer or need help to apply online through TeacherEase, feel free to contact us at 618-235-1100. Both Mrs. Sue Willard and Mrs. Susan Morford will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
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