Free Meals for the 2021-2022 School Year
Breakfast and lunch meals are free to all students for the 2021-2022 school year. Students must take at least three of the five components (Meat/Meat alternative, Grain, Fruit, Vegetable, Milk) offered to qualify as a reimbursable meal. One of the three has to be a fruit or vegetable. Individual items (such as milk) do not qualify as a meal and are considered to be an a la carte purchase. The cost of a milk carton is $0.40. Snack milk is also considered to be a la carte and costs $0.40 each.
Families who may qualify for Free or Reduced Price Meals are still encouraged to complete an application. Other School District fees may be reduced for qualifying families.
How do I create a MySchoolBucks Account so I can pay online?
MySchoolBucks is the Hudson School District’s online fee payment service. MySchoolBucks allows you to put money in your child’s meal account and pay for other school fees.
MySchoolBucks allows you to:
- Pay online for school meals and other school fees.
- View your child’s meal purchase history.
- Set up low balance alerts.
- Schedule automatic payments.
To set up an account click on MySchoolBucks.com. You will need your child’s birthday to add him/her to your account. You do not need your child’s student ID number.
To create an account:
- Click “Sign Up Free”
- Select “Wisconsin” as your state
- Select “Hudson School District”
- Select “Create Account” after entering your personal information
- Click here to view a step by step tutorial for setting up your account.
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