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App lets parents control funds for school lunches

6:57 AM, May 19, 2013
Seventh-graders Kamara Zeise, left, and Padao Vang go through the lunch line earlier during the school year at Edison Middle School in Green Bay. A new phone app allows parents to monitor lunch accounts from anywhere.
Seventh-graders Kamara Zeise, left, and Padao Vang go through the lunch line earlier during the school year at Edison Middle School in Green Bay. A new phone app allows parents to monitor lunch accounts from anywhere.
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Adding funds to your child's lunch account or overseeing their food purchases now are as easy as a swipe of your smart phone.

The Green Bay School District food services department has used an online payment system at mylunchmoney.com for a few years. The program allows parents to make payments to student meal programs, set daily and weekly spending limits and monitor meal purchases.

The program now provides a smart phone application, which allows parents to check lunch accounts from anywhere. ...

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