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Online Food Service Payment Center

K12 payment center                  CLICK HERE         

Access the online payment center here: K12 Payment Center

Dear Parents and Guardians,

River Road ISD's Online Payment system for the food service department is K12 Payment Center.

For Account Set-Up:
             Please call the Food Service Office for your student's unique ID
             before you log on to the payment center.  You will need this to 
             set up your student's account.  806-381-7833

           Go to K12Paymentcenter.comClick “Register Now” to create an account.

           Select River Road ISD from the drop-down box list of school districts.

Please note the following:

  • As a River Road ISD family member you have access to the premium features at no additional cost, the $10 fee has been waived, so be sure to choose premium when you register.
  • When you register your child(ren) at you will need their:

Unique Student ID Number: the 10 digit number generated by the State can be obtained by contacting the Food Service Office at 806-381-7833 or your student's campus cafeteria.

Once your student(s) are verified by their student ID number, (you will see a large green checkmark), complete your information, input your credit or debit card details and you’re ready to go!​

You will be able to view transaction history and account balances and get low balance alerts via email or text.

 K12 Online Payment Website Facts

  • Make payments for meals online securely using your credit card
  • Please note payments made between 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. will not post until after lunch
  • Have more than one child in the district? You can deposit money into multiple accounts with just one payment!
  • You get quick and easy access to your child's account 24 hours a day, seven days a week
  • The ability to: Less hassle and no more “lost lunch money”or sending checks into the district office
  • See 120 calendar days of purchases and payments
  • Check your child’s meal account balance
  • Get low balance alerts by e-mail and text
  • Setup monthly or weekly recurring payments
  • Peace of mind, knowing exactly what your money is being spent on
  • You can access online payments on Facebook
  • There are no banners, pop ups ads or advertising
  • Information is not shared with third parties, other than your financial institution and your child's school
  • The website is secure site and utilizes all of the current industry privacy standards

       If you have any questions please call the Food Service Office at 806-381-7833

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