Students enrolled in Jersey Shore Area School District are required to have a debit card. The debit card system keeps track of individual student accounts and performs management functions such as food production planning, inventory analysis, sales calculations, and sales statistics. The system also provides data and reports to assist in meeting state and federal regulations.
ID-Debit Cards are used to:
- Purchase food from cafeteria
- Computer use in all classrooms and computer labs
- Sign out material from library
- May be required for admittance to school activities
Deposits are made at the cafeteria in the morning by filling out a deposit slip and turning it into the cashier. Checks should be made payable to JSASD Food Services. During lunch, only one line will accept deposits.
Cash will be accepted only as deposits with the proper deposit slip.
Balance on accounts is available at every transaction. The cashier will inform students when their account reaches $5 or under.
Lost Cards: If an ID-debit card is lost, a student must stop by the office and inform the office secretary who will order a new card at a cost of $5 each.