We're proud to offer parents the convenience of depositing money into food service accounts and paying activity fees online.
Food service deposits
If you already have a School Payment Network account, you can log in to see the balance and transaction history of each of your children, as well as make deposits into their accounts. If you make a deposit by 10 a.m. it will be available in your student's account by lunch time.
If you don't have an account yet, please sign up. You will need the student ID number listed on your child's schedule or report card.
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Athletic activity fees
- Any participation fees for middle school athletics should be paid directly to the Midland Community Center. Contact Ryan Longoria at 923-1977 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Registration information can be found at Mymcc.org
- The high school fee is $150 per MHSAA sport with an annual cap of $300 per student.
- Activity fees must be paid before the first scheduled contest of a sport.
- The activity fee does not guarantee playing time nor does it imply influence on any matters related to the function of the MPS athletic departments.
Extra-curricular activity fees
- The activity fee for fall cheerleading is $75. (Winter cheerleading is an MHSAA sport – see above).
- The activity fee for fall and winter pom pon is $75.
Additional rules and guidelines are described in our Activity Fee Policy document.
Pay in person – We accept payments by cash or check in our athletic and school main offices. Due to the number of payments we are expecting, we encourage parents to pay online for faster service.
Pay online – Payments can be made online by check or credit card. Online payments are convenient and preferred. We've partnered with SchoolPay to make it safe and easy to pay activity fees.
Later this year, the SchoolPay Network account will also allow parents to deposit money in their students' lunch accounts.
Activity fee scholarships
Students who qualify for free or reduced priced lunch will be granted a scholarship. To apply for a scholarship, please fill out the Free and Reduced Price School Meals Family Application and check the box allowing our food service department to share your application with school officials.
Completed applications should be sent to your child's school or the MPS Food & Nutrition Services Office at 305 E. Reardon St. Midland, 48640. Additional scholarships may be available. Please contact your student's counselor for more information.
Online Parent Payment Center
Or login with your existing account
When paying online, families will also have the opportunity to contribute to the activity fee scholarship funds.
Have a question about online payments? Please call 1-888-886-9729 Ext. #105 or send an email to our food service staff at email@example.com.
Students who qualify for free or reduced price lunch will be granted an activity fee scholarship. Currently, 23 percent of our student body is eligible for these scholarships. To help meet the needs of all our students, we are reaching out to the community for your support.
We have a two-year goal to raise $150,000 for our athletic and extra-curricular scholarship funds. We welcome and appreciate all contributions and invite the community to help us continue to maximize student involvement in our schools. All gifts are tax deductible.