Lunch Program

Welcome to the Skaggs Catholic Center, Saint Joseph Commons lunch program. Our Cafeteria Staff members enjoy getting to know your children. We welcome any questions you may have, you may reach the cafeteria at 801-984-7628. Your questions and/or comments are welcome.

 

Lunch Menu

The monthly menu is posted on the cafeteria bulletin board and the HDTV digital signs. A daily meal includes an entrée, a side and a small drink. The cost is $4.45. Please see Open Charge Lunch Account Policy below. A variety of ala carte items are also available.

 

Cafeteria Hours

  • Saint Joseph Commons 11:00 AM – 12:50 PM
  • 12:30 PM Dismissal Days 10:00 AM – 11:15 AM
  • 1:25 PM Dismissal Days 10:30 AM– 11:20 AM

 

Open Charge Lunch Account Privileges

Each of our students, staff and faculty is granted an open lunch account. This open charge account allows our students, staff and faculty to purchase lunch and snacks on open account. We do this both as a courtesy and as a matter of convenience.

Parents, staff, and faculty should fund lunch accounts in a timely manner. Accounts may be funded by check, cash, credit card, or by online payments through our lunch account partner, MySchoolBucks which is accessible from your Parent account in PowerSchool. Payments may also be made directly in the administration office of each school, student services in the high school, the Skaggs finance office, or directly to the cafeteria during lunch hours.

Due to the significant number of issues related to managing open accounts, all overdrawn accounts will be charged an overdraw charge of $.25 per purchase transaction. If the overdrawn / outstanding balance exceeds $50.00, an overdraw charge of $20.00 will be assessed each and every Monday until the negative balance is cleared. These charges will appear on your account statement as overdraw charges.

This policy change will have no effect on parents, staff, and faculty with timely and properly funded accounts. It will affect those who do not maintain a positive cash balance in their account and those who do not fund their open accounts in a timely manner. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter… your assistance is greatly appreciated.

Dave Simpson, SCC Director of Finance & Business Services & Kristina Baker, SCC Director of Food Services

 

Register Your Lunch Account

When you register your child’s account it will enable you to view all transactions for the previous 30 days. You will also be able to request an email be sent when your child’s account balance falls below your designated level.

Go to powerschool.slvcatholic.org to sign in or create a parent account for your use. If you have already previously used PowerSchool, it is not necessary to create a new account.

 

Lunch Payments

STUDENTS MUST HAVE MONEY IN THEIR ACCOUNT, OR CASH, TO PURCHASE LUNCH.

OPTION 1: ONLINE PAYMENT (School Preferred Method)

Make payments online through MySchoolBucks via powerschool.slvcatholic.org using an auto check dcpraft or credit card. Please allow 2 – 3 days for payments and charges to process and post. Note: A $2.49 transaction fee is assessed for each payment made online through

OPTION 2: SCHOOL CHECK/CASH DEPOSIT

Check deposits may be made in the administration office of each school, student services in the high school, the Skaggs finance office, or at the cafeteria during lunch. PLEASE NOTE YOUR CHILD’S NAME AND STUDENT NUMBER ON YOUR CHECK to ensure that your child’s account is properly credited. Please allow 2 – 3 days for payments to be processed and posted.

OPTION 3: SCHOOL CASH DEPOSIT

Cash payments may be made in the administration office of each school, student services in the high school or the Skaggs finance office. Please allow 2 -3 days for payment to be processed and posted.

OPTION 4: CREDIT CARD DEPOSIT

Credit card payments can be made for a nominal fee through the Skaggs finance office.

The cafeteria uses a biometric positive ID system. The system uses a finger touch pad to positively identify a student. All new students will have their fingers scanned the first week of school. During the scan, a template image is created that forms intersection points; once the images and intersection points are verified, the individual record is converted to a set of numbers that are used as the student’s ID. The system only remembers and processes numbers for each student. The positive ID system does not store a fingerprint; the system creates a numeric template image where there is no possibility of reverse identification or forensic application in the form of a fingerprint.