On November 17 we will be publishing changes to the K12PaymentCenter website. These changes will happen around 10:00 a.m. EST and should not take more than a few minutes. We do not expect much disruption to the service, and customers will see a maintenance screen if they log on during the update.
One of the most exciting new features is the option for parents to either create a new account, or log into an existing account, using their Facebook credentials. Details of this, and other changes are included in release notes, available here: K12PaymentCenter November 2015 Release Notes, or through this link if the hyper link does not function for you: http://www.mealsplus.com/Emails/Releases/K12PaymentCenterNov2015ReleaseNotes.pdf
Online Payment Email Template to Parents
Dealing with your children’s school money just got a lot easier! You can now add money to their accounts for meals, pay for school-related fees online securely and even see what they are buying.
You may have previously used www.K12PaymentCenter.com to access your child’s meal account, but now the website is new and improved, with more features that make it easier to manage your child’s account. You can now pay for school fees like merchandise, apparel, supplies, tickets, yearbooks and more online. You’ll even receive email and text notifications when school fees are assigned to your student.
If you already have an online payment account, just login with your current login credentials. All of your information will be transferred over. If you haven’t used the website before, go to www.K12PaymentCenter.com and click “Register Now” to create an account. Select Cabarrus County School from the drop-down lists of school districts, fill in your information, input your credit or debit card information and you’re ready to go! Note that you will need your child’s student ID number; simply contact us for their ID number and with any other questions you may have.
Online Payment Website Facts:
For more information, go to www.K12PaymentCenter.com or call the Cabarrus County School Nutrition at 704-262-6116
Click here to see a video on how to start managing your child’s account online today!
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