Station Camp Elementary School

Questions about the different accounts your child has with us? Wondering how to add money to the accounts and what happens if your child runs out of money? We have answers here! You can also call us at 615-230-6861. 

Your child has two accounts with us: a meal account and a general or "special" account. The meal account can only be used to buy full meals, no extras. The general account can be used to buy anything, including full meals, extra milk, ice cream, chips, water bottles, etc. When sending in money for your child, please indicate into which account the money should go.

**ONLINE MEAL PAY ACCOUNT CAN BE ACCESSED FROM THIS SITE: https://www2.mypaymentsplus.com/welcome

Also when sending in money, it is very important that you put your child's first and last names on the envelope or baggy so that it will be credited to the correct student.  Checks should be made payable to "SCE".

Once a student has run out of money, he or she may charge a limited number of full meals (extras cannot be charged). After a meal is charged and the account balance is negative, a letter will be sent home, and you may possibly receive an automated phone call. Please pay charges promptly.

With MyPaymentsPlus, you can add money to your child's accounts (for a small fee) or check the account balance (for free). You will need the student's PIN; please call us and we will be happy to give this to you. If you have any questions or concerns, please call us at 230-6861.

Lunch Prices

  • Student: $2.75 (includes milk)
  • County Employee or Volunteer: $4.00 (includes milk/iced tea)
  • Adult Guest: $5.50 (includes milk/iced tea)
  • Milk Carton: $.60
  • Extras: $.65 to $1.25

Breakfast Prices (8:00 until 8:30 am)

  • Student: $1.75
  • Adult: $2.15

CLICK HERE FOR MONTHLY MENU AND NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION

Staff

  • Tammy Jones, Manager
  • Tasha Garcia
  • Michelle Dougherty
  • Dana Brown
  • Judith Plenger
  • Angie Riddle
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Our Mission

In partnership with parents and community, SCE's mission is to strive beyond educational expectations to instill a love of learning in each student. We will provide an environment that celebrates and explores our potential as diverse learners by embracing the uniqueness of the whole child.