FD Mealplanner - We are pleased to inform you that Whitsons launched an online platform and app that will bring menu planning, nutrition information, meal ingredients and real time allergen information to the fingertips of students, parents and school district staff. Parents can preorder meals until 9pm the night before - up to an entire month. Users can install/update their application for their iOS or Android devices in their mobile phones, iPad’s and tablets.
iPhone and Android Users: Search for the app ‘FD Mealplanner’ (FD ‘space’ MealPlanner) and install or update it.
Please note that the user id that was registered in the web application would also work in the mobile application.
FD MealPlanner is Whitsons mobile platform that brings menu planning, nutrition information, meal ingredients and real time allergen information to the fingertips of students, parents and school district staff. This user friendly menu viewing tool allows users to build their own profile, or one for their entire family of students, and then save their account preferences making future FD MealPlanner visits a breeze. You can access FD MealPlanner either by visiting WWW.FDMEALPLANNER.COM, or you can download the FD MealPlanner app to your mobile device free of charge by visiting the App Store (for iOS devices) or Google Play (for Android devices).
School lunch account balances follow children as they move up a grade each year.
The Commack UFSD will now be utilizing My School Bucks to make payments on your child’s school lunch account.
On My School Bucks you can:
View your child’s meal balance
Receive low balance email reminders
View daily spending reports and cafeteria purchases
Set up recurring payments
|Managing Allergies in the School Environment|
For ingredient list - Commack>Your School>Meal Lunch Period>View Menu>Build a Meal>Click on Food Item for Ingredients
Free & Reduced Lunch Application/Instructions
Click here for a letter with guidelines and a Q&A
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