What is a Nutrikids Account?

All students attending Pelham schools have an account in Nutrikids which allows them to charge their meal and a la carte item purchases.  The account is linked to their Pelham Schools Student ID number.

What is My School Bucks and how do I fund the account? is a payment website which interacts with the Nutrikids point of sale system.  On the  site, parents fund their student’s account and view purchase transactions.  Alternatively, send in a check made payable to PUFSD Cafeteria Fund.

What happens if my student’s balance is negative?

When a student attains a negative balance, the Whitsons’ staff will notify the parent, via email, phone call, or account statement, to request deposit of funds to bring the account current.

Students will no longer be able to charge a la carte items until the account has sufficient funds.

Can I transfer funds among my children?

Please email to request an account transfer.  Please provide the students’ names and grades.

What happens to account balances at the end of the school year?

Account balances carry forward to the next school year.  The Whitsons’ staff will notify parents of a negative balance. Negative balances are expected to be paid in full. 

What if my student has an account balance remaining when they graduate or withdraw from the District?

Remaining account balances may be transferred to siblings or refunded to the parent.  Written refund and transfer requests MUST be made within one school year of graduation or withdrawal.  Please email to request a refund or transfer.


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