Course Description: This course is designed for new and returning Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) sponsor staff, and will review the regulations and procedures of the SFSP.
Course Description: This course is designed for experienced and successful returning Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) sponsors, and will review the essential regulations and procedures of the SFSP.
Course Description: Program institutions and facilities receiving federal financial assistance are required to comply with federal civil rights laws to ensure all Child Nutrition participants have equal access to all benefits and services. This course will review Civil Rights regulations, and provide all information necessary to ensure that your program is in compliance with these requirements.
Course Description: This course is designed for all Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) sponsor staff, will review the regulations and procedures of the CACFP, and assist sponsors with regulatory compliance.
Course Description: CACFP regulations require that all new and participating CACFP institutions meet and maintain compliance with the three Performance Standards; Financial Management and Viability, Administrative Capability, and Program Accountability. This course is designed to guide CACFP institutions to better understand the importance of the Performance Standards, the reason that they were developed, and the criteria used to determine compliance.
Course Description: This course will introduce you to appealable actions in the CACFP, who can file appeals, and how to assist hearing officials to better understand the CACFP. The course will address appealable actions specific to CACFP participation, the role of the hearing officer, and what to expect during proceedings. Learners will receive tips to train hearing officers through testimony if formal training is not permitted. In lesson 5, the course will review facility appeals and suspension.
Course Description: Breakfast Matters! School breakfast provides children with the nutritional support they need to start their school day well-nourished and ready to learn. This course will provide a refresher on the benefits of serving breakfast to children in school and general program requirements. It will also explore strategies to expand and improve your breakfast program to increase participation and ensure that more students have access to breakfast each morning.
Course Description: Breakfast Matters! School breakfast provides children with the nutritional support they need to start their school day well-nourished and ready to learn. In this course, participants will discover the benefits of providing breakfast to children in school and how to operate a successful breakfast program. It will cover program requirements such as participant eligibility, meal pattern requirements, and reimbursement rates, as well as, breakfast service options and financial considerations to maximize impact. Finally, this course will showcase useful strategies to market and promote your breakfast program across the school community to ease the process and increase awareness.
Course Description: The School Nutrition Program (SNP) Annual Training is a comprehensive online course designed to provide annual required training for school nutrition program employees. This training includes important topics such as civil rights, meal pattern requirements, recordkeeping, financial management/maintaining a nonprofit food service, procurement, the Administrative Review, food safety, an overview of determining eligibility and the verification process, and meal counting and claiming procedures. Information on wellness policies, competitive foods, and professional standards will also be discussed.