Coordinated Review Effort (CRE) Administrative Review of the School Nutrition Programs. What is CRE? .
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U.S. Department of Agriculture regulations require the Department of Public Instruction to evaluate program compliance and provide consultative and technical assistance for local educational agencies participating in the School Nutrition Programs. To meet this requirement, we conduct on-site evaluations, using USDA required procedures called Coordinated Review Effort.
What are your menu
planning and offer
versus serve options?
(extends to all programs including National School Lunch Program, Afterschool Snack Program, School Breakfast Program, Special Milk Program, and Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program.
the current school year
students that do not have
access to School Breakfast
Claims for both milk programs must be based on an acceptable and accurate point of service accountability system!
You will find links to webcasts, resources, forms and other information for each of the review areas categorized on our CRE webpage at:
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current school year,
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The students of Wisconsin benefit from the nutritious meals you provide to them!
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