Welcome to SchoolPay
All money will now be deposited with the SchoolPay App.
Access to the App is on this link above and also below under FOOD SERVICE.
Or you can go to SchoolPay.com
Now Hiring! Join our team!
Looking to work 2-3 hours per day? Want weekends & holidays off? Need to be off in the summer?
Dining Services at GBCS can keep you busy! We have several openings K-12!
Call Karen Smith at (810) 591-6674 or CLICK HERE.
Supply Chain Issues Continue
You may notice some last-minute changes to our menus on an ongoing basis. The same supply-chain issues that are affecting most of the country are having a profound impact on our ability to order supplies. Our staff is working very hard to provide suitable substitutions when our planned menus are not attainable.
This video helps to explain the current situation. Thank you for your continued patience.
Important Information about a change in timing for lunch deposits and balance information
Due to unexpected changes by our vendor that manages the point of sale systems (registers) in our cafeterias, the timing of when lunch money deposits will be available and when lunch balances in SchoolPay are updated have changed. We are very sorry for any inconvenience these vendor changes may cause:
Deposits- Students/parents can now expect approximately a 20-minute n delay from the time money is deposited into SchoolPay to when it becomes available for use in school cafeterias.
Balances- Lunch balance information will be updated every 15-20 minutes with the most up-to-date balance information being imported from the cafeteria system into SchoolPay.
SchoolPay will continue to send low-balance notifications via email at whatever threshold determined by parents; notifications will be sent once a day at approximately 9:10 pm eastern time.
Mission Statement: The Grand Blanc Dining Services Team provides quality food services for the students and staff, giving them the nutritional energy to achieve their highest potential daily.
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