Jesuit’s cafeteria is managed by the Archdiocese of New Orleans School Food and Nutrition Services. The cafeteria offers nutritious breakfasts, lunches, and extra sale items.
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Meal payment assistance is available through the Free/Reduced lunch program. Contact the cafeteria manager for more information.
Jesuit uses a finger-scan computer system to manage the students’ accounts. Students use the finger-scan system to purchase lunch and breakfast. New students will need to scan their finger during Book Days.
This finger-scan will then be used for the remainder of the school year when your son wishes to debit his cafeteria account to make a purchase in the cafeteria.
To make this system operate to its full potential, we are asking that all meals and extra sale items (juice, milk, etc.) be PAID IN ADVANCE. We will not make change for cash purchases in the lunch line. Please have exact change or put the amount you have in your account. Please remind your son to check his balance occasionally if you are not monitoring it online.
Payment will be accepted for one or more weeks, months, or for an entire year. If you find it more convenient, you may send any amount of money, such as $10, $20, or $50 at anytime. Please make sure the student’s name and grade are clearly marked on the payment.
The cafeteria manager and assistants are available on Book Day to receive payments. Please make sure the student’s name and grade are clearly marked on the payment.
Parents will be able to use the online payment system listed on www.schoolcafe.org. Pre-freshmen and freshmen will use an assigned code number to sign up for the online payment system.
Parents will also be able to access their son’s account to view any purchases and check on balances. All funds remaining in the account at the end of the school year will be rolled over to next year.
As always, the school food service department DOES NOT ALLOW CHARGING. Students must have funds in their account to make any purchase.
For assistance, contact Ann Broussard, cafeteria manager, or stop by the cafeteria. Your ideas and comments are always welcome.