Initially, some set up is required in order for all users to have the necessary rights to use Lunch Management.
You don't have to select the Lunch Login check box when creating an administrator account. Administrators automatically have all rights to Lunch Management.
If someone isn't an administrator, but they work in the front office, you can select which Lunch Management security rights they need.
You can set up a user so they'll only have rights to view the Lunch Management Assistant when they log in to HeadMaster.
If the teachers are taking lunch counts at the beginning of the school day, they need to have their Lunch Management rights set up as well.
Select the Teacher or Teacher Login user group.
Make your selections.
Lunch Password makes the Lunch Line screen password protected. You must enter the password to close the Lunch Line screen.
Low Balance Reminder lets you to set a specific dollar amount to be the low balance. Once a student’s balance falls below that dollar amount, then a warning appears on the Lunch Line screen. This also enables you to send out Low Balance emails to parents.
Option #1: If you are not integrating with ACS General Ledger
In the Available Fields list, expand Billing and click Accounts.
Lunch Management works with HeadMaster Billing. You need to create two billing accounts: a lunch account and a checking account. These accounts are added to a revenue center called Lunch.
If you don't have accounts set up or don't need to have the account information in HeadMaster, you can create generic accounts: