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2 Health and Nutrition Services Nancy Baker Dee Ann Shelton

3 Overview of CNP National School Lunch Program Kindergarten and Pre-Kindergarten Program School Breakfast Program After School Snack Program Seamless Summer Food Program Who can participate in the Child Nutrition Programs administered by TEA?

4 Application Agreement/Renewal School Lunch and Breakfast Application- Agreement Policy Statement

5 Required Records and Due Dates Summary of Required Records Daily Records to be Completed Monthly Records to be Completed Once-A-Year Records to be Completed

6 Determining Eligibility Benefits Prior to Processing Applications Types of Applications Verification When to Begin Verification Tips on Meeting The Verification Deadline General Requirements of Verification

7 Counting and Claiming Essential Features of Meal Count/Collection Procedures

8 Breakfast Texas House Bill 136 mandates that breakfast be made available for all students in schools having at least 10 percent or more students eligible for free and reduced–priced meals

9 Food Based Menu Planning Systems Meeting Meal Pattern Requirements –Fluid Mild –Juice/Fruit/Vegetable –Grains/Breads –Meat/Meat Alternates- Offering meat/meat alternates as part of the breakfast menu is optional –Purchased prepared menu items –Offering Choices

10 Breakfast School Breakfast Pattern for Traditional Food Based Menu Planning School Breakfast Pattern for Enhanced Food Based Menu Planning Breakfast Requirements Sample Breakfast Menus Identifying a Reimbursable Breakfast for Food Based

11 Lunch National School Lunch Program Menu Planning Options –Traditional Food Based Menu Planning –Enhanced Food Based Menu Planning –Nutrient Standard Menu Planning (NSMP) –Assisted NSMP

12 After School Snack Program Eligible Programs- To be eligible to qualify for reimbursement under the NSLP, an After School Snack Program must meet the following criteria. –The program must be operated by a school that is participating in the NSLP. –The purpose of these programs must be to provide care in after school settings. –Eligible programs must include education or enrichment activities in organized, structured, and supervised environments.

13 After School Snack Program Eligible Sites Area Eligibility Reimbursement Times of Operation

14 Summer Program A seamless Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) is administered by TEA- CNP and is not structured like the traditional SPSP operated by the Texas Department of Human Services (TDHS). This seamless program combines features of the National School Lunch Program (NSLP), the School Breakfast Program (SBP), and the SFSP regulations.

15 Summer Program State Mandated Summer Food Service Program Participant Eligibility Site Eligibility Meal Pattern Requirements Allowable Meal Service Options Adult Meals For Supervision/Security Officials Summer Program Outreach/Awareness Site Monitoring Claims and Reimbursement USDA Visit Required Program Documentation Record Retention Application to Participate Restricting Districts from Participating in the Summer Program

16 Accommodating Children With Special Dietary Needs Definitions of Disability and of Other Special Dietary Needs Individuals With Disabilities Education Act Other Special Dietary Needs School Issues –School Foodservice Responsibilities –Providing Special Meals to Children With Disabilities –Menu Modifications for Children with Disabilities –Texture Modifications for Children With Disabilities –Serving the Special Dietary Needs of Children Without Disabilities

17 Special Dietary Needs Funding Sources –Price of Meals –Incurring Additional Expenses Legal Concerns and Liability in Working with Children With Disabilities School Responsibility to Make Accommodations Section 504 Rehabilitation Act of 1973 Individual With Disabilities Education Act Title II- Americans With Disabilities Act

18 Special Dietary Needs Personal Responsibility in Cases of Negligence –Administering Feeding –Diet Orders –Negligence Situations and Responses Meals and/or Foods Outside of the Normal Meal Service Special Needs Which May or May Not Involve Disabilities

19 Financial Information Uses of School Foodservice Funds Expenditures –Allowable Expenditures –Unallowable Expenditures Request Procedures for Capital Expenditures Increasing Capital Assets Handling of Loans Retroactive Designation of A Loan to the School Foodservice Account Criminal Penalties Associated with Mishandling of Funds State Matching Funds Reimbursement Rates

20 Meal Pricing Student Meal Pricing Fees for Lunch Services Student Working for Meals A La Carte Pricing- Student and Adult Adult Meal Pricing Two Methods of Calculating Adult Prices

21 Ethics Food Taken From the Schools Fraud Statement Purchasing Ethics General Ethical Standards Vendor Gifts and Relations Incentives

22 Procurement Source of Federal Procurement Regulation Procurement Contracts Criminal Penalty Fraud Statement

23 Sanitation and Food Handling Sanitation Standards Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HAACP) Reheating Potentially Hazardous Foods Handling Precooked Meat Patties E. coli Safe Food Handling Practices Prevent Foodborne Illnesses Characteristics of Common Foodborne Illnesses

24 Other Operational Issues Civil Rights –Responsibilities of School District –Regulations Regarding Civil Rights Nondiscrimination Policy Nondiscrimination and Confidentiality Equal Access for All Students Denial of Meals as a Disciplinary Action Regulations Regarding Disciplinary Action Offer Versus Serve in Disciplinary Situations Meal Access for In-House Suspension Students (ISS) Meal Times for Breakfast, Lunch, and Snack

25 Issues Meal Service for Kindergarten and Pre- Kindergarten Programs Meal Service for Off-Site Consumption Meal Service During Evening Hours A La Carte Meal Service Self-Serve/Theme Bar Meal Service

26 Student-Parent Involvement Student-Parent Involvement in the NSLP Suggested Student-Parent Involvement Activities Documentation of Student-Parent Involvement

27 USDA-Donated Foods Administered by Texas Department of Human Services Available Commodity Food Items Commodity Specifications and Purchasing Information Use and Sale of USDA-Donated Foods Monies from Sales Containing Commodity Ingredients Use of Commodities in Disaster Feeding Use of Commodities in the Summer Food Service Program Commodity Fact Sheets Commodity Recipes Commercial Labeling and Inventory Requirements Best If Used By Date Inventory Requirements

28 School Meals Initiative School Meals Initiative for Healthy Children (SMI) Dietary Guidelines for Americans Improvement Ideas for School Meals

29 Policy Changes Revised Guidance for Homeless Children in the Child Nutrition Programs Foods of Minimal Nutritional Value (FMNV) Policy Clarification Healthy Schools Healthy Kids Senate Bill 19 A Giant Step Toward Coordinated School Health In Texas

30 Wylie ISD Food Service

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