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Student Lunch Accounts - Online Payment

Children need healthy meals to learn. Mariemont City School District offers healthy meals every school day.
Mariemont Elementary and Terrace Park Elementary offer lunch at $3.10. Mariemont Junior High School and the High School lunch fees are $3.30 and $3.45 for the premium lunch. Your children may qualify for free meals or for reduced price meals. Reduced price is .40 for lunch.

Through SPS EZpay, you are able to make school fee payments and lunch account deposits through one online account.  Parents may use debit or credit cards via the EZpay link found at:

Make an online payment

There is no charge to use this system.  We will continue to expand and improve this service. You always have the option of paying by check or cash at your school office, made payable to Mariemont City Schools.

Student Lunch Accounts

Mariemont City Schools’ lunch service is offered through an electronic meal ID system.  With this system, each student has their own account and parents have a convenient, secure and accurate way to prepay money into their child’s lunch account.  Through the food service office, parents also have the capability of obtaining a record of your child’s food purchases; putting limits on the type of food you want your child to purchase and monitoring special “food” medical concerns.

If a student’s lunch account gets low, you can receive an email reminder.  Money in the student’s meal account at the end of the school year will be carried over to the next school year. 

How Students Will Use the Electronic Meal ID System

Students use their six-digit student ID number to access the system. This ID number will stay with the student until he/she graduates.  Each student needs to memorize their ID number.  (Please note that if a student forgets their number, the staff will be happy to help them access their account.)

At lunch they will pick up their meal, punch in their ID number on the keypad, and the cost will be deducted from their account.

By reducing the use of cash, check out is quicker and the possibility of students losing money is eliminated. (Students may use cash, but will still enter their ID number for the transaction.)

Important Details


Student pictures will be added to the system as soon as they are available to ensure that there is no unauthorized use of their account.

Brothers and sisters may not share accounts. If you would like to have money transferred to a brother or sister, please contact the Food Service Office.

If your child has qualified for Free or Reduced price meals, this information will be in the computer and the meal will be processed with no acknowledgement of the student’s status.

For further details or special requests, please Contact the Food Service Director:

Amy Gibbons

Aramark District Manager