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Returned Check Policy


Effective January 1, 2014, Floresville ISD will be implementing a new Returned Check Policy.
Floresville ISD will accept personal checks as long as there is not a check on file for Non-Sufficient Funds (NSF). The school district has contracted with Envision Payment Solutions for the collection of all returned checks. Envision Payment Solutions will track and log all returned checks for each school year. When an individual has written two NSF checks in the same school year, the district will discontinue accepting checks from the individual for the remainder of the school year. If a check is returned in the last two months of the school year or during the summer, the NSF Policy will be enforced the next school year. Only cash, money order, or a cashier’s check will be accepted. Any individual having NSF checks with the school district for two or more consecutive years will be permanently placed on a cash only basis.
In addition, all students residing in that household will have their food service account blocked from accepting checks. All future payments for food service must be made with cash, money order, cashier’s check or online through the Titan Parent Portal. The Titan Parent Portal provides parents a convenient, easy, and secure online prepayment service to deposit money in to their child’s school meal account at any time. Please refer to the ONLINE PAYMENT page of the FISD Food Service website to access the Titan Parent Portal services.
If you are aware that a check you have written will be returned, please do not contact the school or district offices. All checks returned to Floresville ISD for insufficient funds are sent directly from the district’s depository bank account to Envision Payment Solutions. You will be contacted by Envision Payment Solutions for payment arrangements. If you wish to contact them directly you may do so at:
Envision Payment Solutions
P.O. Box157
Suwanee, GA. 30024-0157
Phone: (877)290-5640.

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