Parents can add money online for free to their child's cafeteria account. You can also view purchases, current balance, and set up email alerts
All Parents are encouraged to fill out a free and reduced meal application each year. The applications are 100% confidential. Results from these applications can save parents money and help the district receive additional funding from state and federal agencies. For FAQs click here or email email@example.com for more information.
Place your order. Pull up beside the High School Cafeteria (E. 6th Street). Call the cafeteria at 870-731-9005 to let us know you are here.
Deadline to order is 12:00 pm M-F
Pick up: 12:45 pm -1:00 pm M-F
1. Parent will be informed
2. Letter or email or text to the parent
1. Parent will be informed
2. Letter and/or email or text to the parent
3. Phone call to the parent
4. Set up a payment plan with the school
1. Certified Letter to parent and/or email or text
2. Phone call to parent
3. Set up a payment plan with the school
4. Possible legal action
A la carte items cannot be charged
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