MMHS BookkeepingBookkeeper: Linda Aubrey
Email Address: email@example.com
Phone number: (951) 677-0568 ext.6491The Bookkeeping Office is open daily between the hours of 7:00 and 3:00. There are times that the window will not be open. The best time to come to the window for assistance is between 7am - 9am or 1pm - 3pm. Payments can not be accepted over the phone.Purchases available at the Bookkeeper's Window include:
- School Event Tickets
- PE Clothes
- Team Spirit Packs
- USB Cards
- Textbook/Library Fines
- Class Gear
The Bookkeeper's Window is open to assist students before school, during break and lunch, and after school until 3:00 p.m.
Students can make their purchases with cash, money order, MasterCard, Visa, American Express, or Discover. Murrieta Mesa High School does not accept personal checks. Students must have their current School ID Card to make purchases.
If a student has lost his/her School ID Card, a replacement ID must be obtained at a cost of $5.00 before purchases can be made at the Bookkeeper's Window.Murrieta Mesa High School is very excited to announce that most purchases can now be made online using the Ram Shack Online store for students, parents and the community. This online store allows school purchases to be made securely via the internet, in the comfort of your own home, 24 hours a day! The online store alleviates the need to come to the Bookkeeper's Office to make purchases. If you have trouble logging in to the webstore, please try using the your student's 9 digit ID for the user and the first initial last name for the password. (Example:John Smith would be - User:999999999 Password:jsmith) If this doesn't work, please send an email to the above email address to request a reset of the password. FOR BEST RECORD KEEPING, PLEASE USE YOUR STUDENT'S ACCOUNT, NOT A PARENT ACCOUNT.
Tips to remind your student how they can help make the line move quicker:1. Have your ID out2. Know what you are purchasing.3. Have your money out and ready to hand in. (Have money flat, not folded or crumpled)Lines are long, so, the more prepared a student is, the faster the line will move!