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What’s New with School Nutrition Tuesday, November 11
Agenda Program Reminders Unpaid Meal Charges SNT Mailings ◦ Newsletter Equipment Grant Farm to School
Program Reminders Second Direct Certification should be completed within 3 months of first run Special Provision Match (CEP and P2 only) – due November 15 Annual Financial Report – was due August 31 Civil Rights Compliance Self-Evaluation Form – on/before October 31 Civil Rights Training – beginning of school year 4
Program Reminders FNS 10 – due November 1 Paid Lunch Price Report – due November 15 Verification Activities Completed –November 15 Verification Collection Report – due February 1 5
End of Year Processing 6 WEEK COVERED PROCESS PACKAGE RUN DATEVOUCHER DATE ACH DATE (DEPOSIT DATE) Nov 17Nov 18Nov 20Dec 1 Nov 24Nov 25Nov 26Dec 8 Dec 1Dec 2Dec 4Dec 15 Dec 8Dec 9Dec 11Dec 22 Dec 15Dec 16Dec 18Dec 29 Dec 22PROCESS PACKAGE WILL NOT BE RUN THIS WEEK Dec 29PROCESS PACKAGE WILL NOT BE RUN THIS WEEK Jan 5Jan 6Jan 8Jan 20
Unpaid Meal Charges Food and Nutrition Services (FNS) agency of USDA published a Request for Information (RFI) FNS is interested in policy and procedure details in schools regarding allowing children to “charge” the cost of a school meal related on unpaid meal charges. Comments can be made until Jan 14,
SNT Mailings SNT Fall Newsletter 8
2014 USDA Equipment Grant Announcement letter sent to Authorized Representatives on October 24. Equipment may not already have been purchased. Applications due December 19, Grant materials at
Equipment Preapproval Process USDA requires that future equipment purchases over the school’s capitalization threshold be preapproved. A list of preapproved equipment has been developed. All materials are being reviewed and will be posted to our website shortly. Our target for implementation is January 1, 2015.
Farm to School Updates The WI Farm to School Summit Registration is now open!
Thanks for Participating Next What’s New with School Nutrition ◦ Tuesday, December 9 at 2:00pm 13
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