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April 2012 PowerPoint Presentation

April 2012

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  1. Agreement and Policy StatementAfterschool Snacks, Seamless Summer Program, Provision 2, Charter Schools April 2012

  2. Child Nutrition Agreement • Schedule B – Afterschool Snacks • Schedule C-13 – Seamless Summer Program • Provision 2 Policy Statement • Provision 2 Addendum • Provision 2 Counting and Claiming • Provision 2 Media Release • Charter Schools

  3. Afterschool Snacks • Review • Must have an education or enrichment component in a supervised environment • Must be after school has ended but during traditional school day • Expanded Learning Time • Must follow meal pattern requirements • Must follow recordkeeping requirements • Area Eligible or Non Area Eligible

  4. Afterschool Snacks • Schedule B • Can be submitted with Agreement or at least 2 weeks before program will begin • Eligibility for program must be determine each year • Date program begins and ends • Enrollment as of October 1, 2011 • Free and Reduce Eligibles as of October 1, 2011 • Free and Reduced Eligibles/Enrollment = % of F/R • At least 50% F/R = Area Eligible • Indicate if Expanded Learning Time

  5. ADE Seamless Summer Review: • School Food Authorities (SFAs) participating in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) or School Breakfast Program (SBP) are eligible to apply for the Seamless Summer Option (SSO) through the State Agency (ADE CNU). • SFA’s must be able to demonstrate administrative capability and have no significant problems operating either the NSLP or SBP. • Once approved, SFA’s serve meals at no charge to children 18 years of age and under

  6. ADE Seamless Summer • Student enrollment in participating district is not required. • Meals will be counted at the point of service. • Second meals are not reimbursable and may not be claimed. • Site must be at least within the geographical boundaries of a school attendance area that has at least 50% of it’s children approved for free or reduced price school meals

  7. Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 • Section 112 amends Section 13(11)(a) of the Richard B. Russell National School Lunch Act • USDA Memo SP 15-2011: Outreach to Households on the Availability of Summer Food Service Program Meals

  8. Seamless Summer Outreach • USDA Memo SP 15-2011 http://www.fns.usda.gov/cnd/governance/Policy-Memos/2011/SP15-2011_os.pdf • Outreach • https://dhs.arkansas.gov/DCCECE/SNP/WelcomeSNPM.aspx • FIN-12-083 – Seamless Summer Memo • http://cnn.k12.ar.us/Home.aspx

  9. Seamless Summer Option • Schedule C-13 • Can be submitted with Agreement or at least 2 weeks before program will begin • Eligibility for program must be determine each year • Indicate information for each Site that will operate the Seamless Summer Program • Use the most recent October 1 enrollment, free and reduced price eligibles to calculate % of F/R • Changes in Meal Pattern

  10. Provision 2 • Provision 2 Policy Statement • FIN-11-059 • Provision 2 Addendum • Counting/Claiming • Media release

  11. Charter Schools • Charter Schools in the first year of operation receive an Original Agreement and Policy Statement. • Charter Schools in subsequent years receive an Agreement and Policy Statement renewal • Vended Meal Service

  12. Contact Information • Patricia Winders – patricia.winders@arkansas.gov • Donna Ratliff – donna.ratliff@arkansas.gov • Area Specialist • ADE Child Nutrition (501) 324-9502