• Jefferson County Schools realize that students may forget or lose lunch/breakfast money. To make it easy for parents to view charges, fund accounts, and get notified of low balances, we have partnered with Titan School Solutions. There is no charge for parents to create, monitor, or receive emails regarding low student meal balances, submit prepayments, and apply for free and reduced meals at https://family.titank12.com. Parents will still be notified in writing and by the school district's automatic messaging system of negative student balances and will be afforded a reasonable opportunity to clear the debt.

    The Jefferson County Child Nutrition Program offers four ways for a parent to fund their student’s account:

    1. Pay online using Titan
    2. Utilization of the Titan mobile application
    3. Personal Check or Cashier Check (no third-party checks)
    4. Cash

    It is unlawful for the Child Nutrition Program to absorb unpaid, charged meals. Parents are responsible for providing funds for student accounts. If parents need financial assistance paying for school meals, a meal benefit application for free/reduced-price meals must be completed. The meal application only takes a few minutes to complete and can be found online at https://family.titank12.com/application/new?identifier=TSFPFC.

    If you prefer a printable application, one can be located on our website at http://www.jefcoed.com/supports/child_nutrition.

    Applications for meal benefits can be completed at any time during the school year. If a parent refuses to complete a meal benefit application or provide funds for student meals after a reasonable amount of time, an alternative meal may be provided at the discretion of the principal after the parent has received notification of the outstanding meal charges.