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SSFP Program Requirements 2007. Simplified Summer Food Program Public Law 108-265 made name change permanent on June 30, 2004. Public Law 108-265 made.

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1 SSFP Program Requirements 2007

2 Simplified Summer Food Program Public Law made name change permanent on June 30, Public Law made name change permanent on June 30, Mississippi was added to the lists of states, bringing the total to 20 states. Mississippi was added to the lists of states, bringing the total to 20 states. Beginning January 2005, all private non- profit SFSP sponsors in the eligible states may participate in this simplified cost accounting procedure. Beginning January 2005, all private non- profit SFSP sponsors in the eligible states may participate in this simplified cost accounting procedure.

3 All Sponsors participating in the SSFP: Must continue to maintain a nonprofit food service for children as required by law; Must continue to maintain a nonprofit food service for children as required by law; Must maintain records of expenditures in order to document their nonprofit food service; and Must maintain records of expenditures in order to document their nonprofit food service; and May only use operating and administrative funds to pay for allowable costs, as defined in the SFSP regulations and applicable FNS Instructions. May only use operating and administrative funds to pay for allowable costs, as defined in the SFSP regulations and applicable FNS Instructions.

4 Sponsors Must: Demonstrate Financial and Administrative Capability. Demonstrate Financial and Administrative Capability. Not Have Been Declared Seriously Deficient. Not Have Been Declared Seriously Deficient. Serve Low-Income Children. Serve Low-Income Children. Provide Year-Round Service. Provide Year-Round Service. Certify Direct Operational Control Over Sites. Certify Direct Operational Control Over Sites. Conduct Pre-operational Visits. Conduct Pre-operational Visits. Sign Written Agreements. Sign Written Agreements.

5 Application Requirements See Attachment 8. See Attachment 8. Requirements for new and experienced sponsor/sites are listed. Requirements for new and experienced sponsor/sites are listed.

6 Summer Food Service Program Do’s and Don’ts

7 Do…. Order/prepare only one meal for each child for each meal service. Count the meals as the are received. Check the meals to be sure you have received all menu items and that none of the items are damaged or spoiled, and sign the delivery receipt. Clean the site before you serve the meal.

8 Do….. Put up the approved nondiscrimination poster. Serve the meal only during the assigned time period. Prepare and serve the meal according to State and local health and safety standards. Serve each child all menu items at one time.

9 Do… Count the meals as they are given out. Count second meals separately, if your sponsor allows seconds. Second meals must be served as complete units. Complete the daily records in a timely manner. Keep them in a safe place away form the children and the weather. Clean the site after the meal. Encourage the children to try new foods, and minimize food waste.

10 Don’ts Serve second meals until all children at the site have been served one complete meal. Serve meals with missing components. Sign meal receipts until all meals are carefully counted and checked.

11 Don’ts Allow discrimination against any child because of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or handicap. Forget to have each meal service supervised by a person trained in the operation of the program. Hesitate to contact your sponsor if you have concerns.


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