Presentation on theme: "AISD Fundraisers The Basics Jackie Anderson AISD Food Service Director."— Presentation transcript:
AISD Fundraisers The Basics Jackie Anderson AISD Food Service Director
2004 Local Wellness Policies 2006 Alliance Competitive Food & Beverage Guidelines Texas Public School Nutrition Policy 2006-2010 2007 IOM Standards 2010 Healthy Hunger- Free Kids Act 2014 Smart Snacks in School Nutrition Standards
JOT IT DOWN! New Regulations from the Texas Department of Agriculture September 1 st
Entire school campus USDA & TDA Regulations Apply to:
Schools Should Conduct Only Non-Food Fundraisers During the School Day Examples… Spirit Cards Flower & Plants Sales Photo Booth Walk-a- Thons Craft Fairs
a TIME AND PLACE Non-Food Fundraisers Apply to School Day Only USDA Defines the School Day as “The midnight before, to 30 minutes after the end of the official school day.” The new Texas Department of Agriculture regulations do not allow any foods to be exempt from the USDA Smart Snack requirements.
TDA FUNDRAISER SUGGESTIONS The following are additional examples of allowable fundraisers that may occur during the school day: Any non-food items. Any food items not meant for consumption on the school campus during the school day (e.g. cookie dough to be prepared at home). Any food item sold after the end of the school day (e.g. 30 minutes after the end of instruction on campus). Food items sold in concession stands after the end of the school day (e.g. 30 minutes after the end of instruction on campus).
More Fundraiser Suggestions The AISD Food & Nutrition Services Department Website has the link below: http://healthymeals.nal.usda.gov/local- wellness-policy-resources/wellness-policy- elements/healthy-fundraising#overlay- context=local-wellness-policy- resources/wellness-policy-elements/healthy- fundraising