The daily lunch entree costs $3.10 which includes a milk or juice. Additional helpings, water and snacks are charged separately.
CovCath is now using Mealsplus as our carrier for the point of sale system at the registers. If you wish to create an account and make payments to your son's lunch account, please click the blue bar above. Parents can no longer make deposits to "MySchoolBucks". We are only using K12PaymentCenter.com. All balances left in your son's account from last year have been transferred to the new company.
The School Lunch Program gladly accepts checks as payment for student meal accounts.Check payments that are returned for any reason (including, but not limited to, non-sufficient funds, stop payment requests or a closed account) will result in:
·A $25.00 Returned Check Fee.
·You will receive a certified letter and email regarding your check payment with instruction for repayment.
·May result in the referral of the debt to the Kenton County Attorney’s office for collection.
·May result in the suspension of the payer’s ability to submit future payments by person check.
For questions regarding this procedure or to make arrangement to resolve a returned payment please contact Jackie Kaiser at 859-392-1500 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The CovCath Cafe Menu
ALL Juices are 10oz of 100% juice/ Milks are Fat Free or 1%/ ALL Waters are Calorie Free
A la cart items available for additional fee: Turkey sub sandwich, Buffalo chicken wrap, PB&J sandwich, Chef salad (lunch alternative), Side salad, Fresh fruit bowl, Yogurt, Variety of juices, waters and Gatorades, Assorted snacks and ice cream.
ALA CARTE BAR available on Monday, Tuesday/ Wednesday/ Thursday
Cov Cath Cafeteria
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