Setting Up Your Account

Walter Lee School is one of the first in the Richmond School District to launch School Cash Online, an online payment system that allows parents to pay online for student fees, fieldtrips and school related items. For safety and efficiency reasons, the school district is implementing this service to reduce the amount of cash and cheques coming into our schools. With your account, you will also be able to give permission for field trips online. Once you set-up your account, it will be valid for the entire time your child is here at Walter Lee.

To set-up your account:

Step 1: Register by going to the website: https://richmondsd38.schoolcashonline.com/

Step 2: Select "Get Started Now" and follow the steps.

Step 3: After an email confirmation is received, select the "click here" option and sign in.

Step 4: Add each of your children to your account.

Please click on the attachments below for detailed instructions on how to register for an account, or for instructions on how to make a payment using eWallet.

Please do not hesitate to contact the school office if you need help with any of the above. Thank you!

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