Tools for School 2024
Mercy sponsors a cashless card program through Myschoolaccount.com which allows students to make purchases on campus quickly, easily, efficiently, and helps our families reduce the need for checks and cash. The program provides a convenient alternative method of payment with just a scan of a student’s ID card. There is NO fee to enroll!!
We strongly encourage each student to have a cashless card account, and we believe that the cashless card solution is a great tool for our families. However, participation in the Mercy High School, Burlingame Cashless Card Program is completely optional.The school continues to accept cash and checks as we have previously. NOTE: Families of returning students who already have an account can continue to sign on and use their existing username and password, no need to establish a new account.
Signups for new accounts are now available and instructions are outlined below.Important: Account set up will require a valid student number for each student enrolled. The number is located on the front of an existing student’s school ID card, or by calling our business office at 650-762-1132.
To get started, you will need to create a parent account:
After you receive the “verification code” you may begin to add your children’s information. To do this, you will need to:
Note: A parent account can be linked to many children, but a child can only be linked to one parent.
* To get your daughters student ID number, or if you have any questions about the Mercy High School, Burlingame cashless card program, please contact Rui Azevedo at (650) 762-1132 or email@example.com.
For more details on the program, check out the frequently asked questions below.
Food Service Provider
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Food for Thought.
Inspired by the philosophy of “Nourishing a Brighter Future,”
FLIK offers Mercy High students wholesome nutritious meals, cooked on-site from fresh, organic when possible, ingredients that support local and sustainable agricultural practices.
FLIK provides daily food service that includes breakfast and lunch. Lunch will feature a variety of choices—hot entrée choices as well as soup, salad, sandwiches and snacks. FLIK also provides catering for a variety of the school’s unique events.
In addition to great food, FLIK offers nutritional education programs that help students learn to make healthy choices, explore a variety of nutritious foods, and nourish their bodies for a healthy life.
Student Input Desired
We ask that all students complete this survey by next Friday, July 21 to help us better learn about their hopes for our cafeteria services and food offerings and any prior reasons for not purchasing food at Mercy in the past.