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SchoolCash Online

BGCDSB strives to keep our families informed, improve safety and reduce risk wherever possible.
The use of SchoolCash Online provides an opportunity to keep you, the family, notified. A safety measure we have employed is to minimize cash and check payments in our schools. To accomplish this, we use SchoolCash Online for all school items and activity fees.
Reasons to use SchoolCash Online:
- Convenient: Make secure payments 24/7 from the comfort of your home
- Easy to Use: Online shopping with various payment methods
- Safe: Your child won't be carrying cash or cheques to and from school
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