Cafeteria Frequently Asked Questions

Cafeteria Frequently Asked Questions

  • Where do I find the menu and school meal pricing info?

A copy of the menu and student pricing can be found on our website at www.fourcounty.net.  A hard copy of that info has been made available for packet pickup days.

  • How do I apply for Free and Reduced-price meals?

Please apply online at www.payschoolscentral.com.  You will need your student’s Four County ID number.  If your household has been directly certified for Free meals, please do not fill out an application.  While we prefer that all applications are done online, if you are unable to apply online, please contact Marsha Heilman, FCCC Cafeteria Supervisor, at 419.267.3331 ext 2239, or email at [email protected] for a hard copy of the application.  Please note that if you applied at your home school, we do not have that info.

  • How do I deposit money into my student’s meal account?

Please use www.payschoolscentral.com to make deposits into your student’s account.  We do not accept any form of deposit during our meal service.  Funds must be deposited well in advance of the meal service in order to ensure the funds are credited.  While we prefer that all deposits are made online, we have a secure drop box available for students to drop off cash/checks.  Again, it is important to make these deposits well in advance of meal service.

  • Can my student charge items from the cafeteria?

A student is allowed 1 meal charge.  No a la carte items may be charged.  FCCC’s charge policy is available to read on our website, and a hard copy has been made available to households at packet pickup days.  Students are responsible for paying the charge, and once a student has charged a meal, they cannot get another meal until the charge has been paid.

  • How does the meal service operate at Four County Career Center?

After our students are served their choice of meal, they enter their Four County ID number on a pin pad at our cashier station.  Students must know their Four County ID number, and students must have funds available to purchase their meal or any a la carte items.  We do plan to move to biometrics early in the 20.21 SY, which means they will place their finger on a biometric reader and that will access their meal account. 

Four County Career Center Cafeteria appreciates the opportunity to provide our students and staff with nutritious meals!

This institution is an equal opportunity provider