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Coordinated Review Effort (CRE). Three main areas that will cost a system money: Eligibility Documentation Production Records Meal Counting & Claiming. Eligibility Documentation. Policy Statement each year

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Coordinated Review Effort (CRE)

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    1. Coordinated Review Effort (CRE) Three main areas that will cost a system money: • Eligibility Documentation • Production Records • Meal Counting & Claiming

    2. Eligibility Documentation • Policy Statement each year • Complete Meal Application on every child that is in the free and reduced-price categories • Follow steps to process applications & verify income information • Regular maintenance of rosters & current applications

    3. Productions Records Must Include… • Required information to justify menu was served in proper portions sizes • Descriptive information of food items used – recipe numbers, amounts of food used, type of product and the product # if more than one like product on the bid • Actual count of students served

    4. Meal Counting & Claiming All meal counting and claiming systems MUST: • Provide an accurate count • Be taken at the point of service • Be daily • Provide number of reimbursable meals served • Be by category (free, reduced-price, paid) • Be without overt identification

    5. Collection Procedure… • How students pay for meals and how tickets, tokens, ID’s, or numbers are exchanged for a meal • A ticket, an identification number or roster with students names must be coded • A current roster must be available at point of service SuzyQ 3 lunches Joe Blow

    6. The Point of Service Meal Count Procedure must include: • Reimbursable meals • By type • Each day, and • Without identifying student’s eligibility category

    7. Reimbursable Meals… • Meet meal pattern requirements for components and amounts • A meal is counted as either free reduced-price, or paid and counted each day • Be a procedure that does not identify the student’s category

    8. Internal Controls • Second party review of all consolidations of meal accounts • Complete edit checks* for potential over claims • Local review at a minimum of one time per year

    9. Edits Checks* Local-level Requirement: Part 210.8 (a)(2) ---compare each school’s daily counts of free, reduced price, and paid lunches against the number of children in the school currently eligible for free, reduced-price and paid…comparison must be made for each day’s count.