Board of Education
Free and Reduced Meals
West Hempstead's food service is provided by Whitsons Culinary Group.
Below is the link to the food service company, which includes meals for the month, allergy information, etc.
Simply type "West Hempstead" in the search bar to access the menu.
MySchoolBucks.com Registration Information
The West Hempstead Food Services Department is pleased to offer parents a secure, family-friendly system for online prepayments and nutrition education. www.myschoolbucks.com enables parents to deposit money into their child's school meal plan, track item purchases, and view their child's account balance.
On the left you will find directions and frequently asked questions (FAQ's) for MySchoolBucks.com. You will need your child's student ID number if you wish to sign up for the program. You can obtain this number from the Main Office of your child's school or by calling the Food Service Office.
There is no charge for setting up an account. In order to use the online prepayment service, a small convenience fee of $2.49 will be assessed per deposit transaction. Parents placing money into multiple meal accounts will only be assessed the $2.49 fee once per deposit transaction. The School District does not profit from the use of this site. If you have any questions, please feel free to call the Food Service Office.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call the Food Service Office.
Nasrin Urmye, Food Service Director
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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.