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guide to starting the summer food service program in your community

guide to starting the summer food service program in your community

food that"s in when school is out!

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • School children -- Food -- United States.,
  • Children -- Nutrition.

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    Other titlesFood that"s in when school is out!
    ContributionsUnited States. Food and Nutrition Service.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination13 p. :
    Number of Pages13
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15544121M


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Make an investment in the children in your community. If your organization already provides services to the community, and has capable staff and good management practices to run a food service, you can administer SFSP.

As a sponsor, you will: attend your State agency’s training locate eligible sites hire, train,and supervise staff. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Guide to starting the summer food service program in your community.

[Alexandria, Va.]: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service, []. means it’s official. Federal government websites always use domain. Before sharing sensitive information online, make sure you’re on site by inspecting your browser’s address (or “location”) bar. A guide to starting the summer food service program in your community: food that's in when school is out!.

Summer Food Service Program. Summer Food Service Program. State agencies that use USDA’s prototypes and templates should always verify that forms include the current USDA Nondiscrimination Statement. Administrative Guidance for Sponsors. State Agency Monitoring Guide.

Sponsor Monitor's Guide to starting the summer food service program in your community book. Nutrition Guidance for Sponsors. Summer Food. Free and Reduced Priced Lunch during the school year reac low-income children on average per day, while 8, kids receive free meals through the Summer Food Service Program.

17 out of 56 counties in Montana have NO Summer Food site at all. In Montana. Summer Food Service Program. 17 out of 56 counties in Montana have NO Summer Food site at all. In Montana. The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) was created in as a way to serve nutritious meals to children when school is not in session.

SFSP is a federally funded program administered through the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The Food and Nutrition Service, an agency of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, administers SFSP at the Federal level. State education agencies administer the program in most States.

In some areas, the State health or social service department or an FNS regional office may be designated. Other food item(s) Condiments. SUMMER FOOD SERVICE PROGRAM—DAILY MENU PRODUCTION RECORD. Date (1): Site Name (2): Complete columns 5, 6, and 7 prior to meal service Complete columns 8, 9, and 10 after meal service.

* * * This page has been archived. The content on this page may no longer be in effect. * * *. The Food and Nutrition Service, an agency of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), administers the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) at the federal level, while the New York State Education Department (NYSED) administers the program at the state level.

Locally, it is operated by sponsors who apply for and are approved to operate. The Summer Food Service Program for Children (SFSP) was created to serve nutritious meals to children when National School Lunch and School Breakfast Program meals are not available.

To ensure all children receive proper nutrition throughout the year, SFSP reimburses organizations that prepare and serve meals to eligible children during the. A smoothly run site for the Summer Food Service Program for Children (SFSP) is something that every sponsor and site worker hopes to achieve.

Everyone wants an organized, well-supervised program that meets the goal of the SFSP: to serve fresh, well-balanced meals that are appetizing to children, come rain or shine.

Working toward that goal. Cross posted from the Let's Move. blog: The two most direct ways to get involved in the Summer Food Service Program in your community are to either become a sponsor or a feeding site.

What’s the difference you may ask. Being a sponsor means acting as the organizer for Summer Food Service sites. Sponsors manage, train, supervise and monitor all food service activities and locations.

Summer Food Service Program The USDA Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) provides free, nutritious meals and snacks to kids throughout the summer months when school is out.

The SFSP is administered in Montana by the Office of Public Instruction School Nutrition Programs. The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) was established to ensure that low-income children continue to receive nutritious meals when school is not in session.

Free meals that meet Federal nutrition guidelines are provided to all children at approved SFSP sites in areas with significant concentrations of low-income children. The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) began in It was an amendment to the National School Lunchthe SFSP is the largest federal resource available for local sponsors who want to combine a child nutrition program with a summer activity program.

Sponsors can be public or private groups, such as non-profit organizations, government entities, churches, universities, and camps. Introduction. In this book, you will find information on: • how the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) is organized; • your responsibilities as a monitor; • the records that you are required to complete and instructions on how.

A sponsor (referred to as a Contracting Entity or “CE”) contracts directly with the Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) for overall management of operations at one or more sites (also called “meal sites”).

An organization is eligible to apply to be a CE if it is a governmental entity, a public or private nonprofit school, a public or private nonprofit residential camp, or a private. Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) The Summer Food Service Programs (SFSP) is designed to ensure that at-risk youth eat at least one nutritious meal each day when school lunch programs close for the summer.

Sponsored by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), SNHS has operated the program for 16 years. Participating in the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) as a site is a wonderful way for organizations to support and engage with their community.

As the administrative requirements of the SFSP are rigorous, TDA strongly recommends these organizations new to the SFSP operate their first year as a meal site under an experienced Contracting. Summer Food Program. The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) is a federally-funded child nutrition program that provides reimbursement to local organizations that provide free, nutritious meals to low-income children and teens, 18 years and younger, when school meal programs are not gton’s SFSP, also known as the Summer Meals Program, can offer up to two meals.

“Summer Food Service Program for Children: Nutrition Guidance for Sponsors” has been developed to help sponsors identify their food service responsibilities. This guide offers menu planning and nutrition guidance along with sample menus of breakfasts, lunches and snacks.

Julyis Farm to Summer week in Minnesota, a time to celebrate the connections happening all over the state between kids and teens and local food.

Learn how your sponsor and sites can participate. Summer Food Service Program Fact Sheet - 2/27/20 Key facts about participation, funding, eligibility and more for the Summer Food. Community Food and Nutrition Assistance Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services PO Box Jefferson City, MO Phone: or (toll-free) Email: [email protected] FOOD BANK RESOURCES – SERVICE AREA 2 San Fernando Valley 1.

SOVA – Community Food and Resource Program Vanowen Street Van Nuys, CA. Phone: Distribution Time: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday – am – pm Sundays- except holidays – File Size: KB. The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) is designed to ensure children continue to receive nutritious meals when school is not in session.

SFSP sponsors must provide the program to all eligible participants regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. Summer Food Service Program.

SFSP is the single largest resource available for local sponsors who want to combine a feeding program with a summer activity program. During the school year, nutritious meals are available through the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs. But those program end when school ends for the summer.

Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) – A summer meal program option that allows School Food Authorities (SFAs), local government agencies, private non-profit organizations, universities/colleges, and community/faith-based organizations to provide free meals to children 18 and younger in low-income areas during summer months.

The SFSP has unique. Summer Food Service Program. Inthe Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) provided meals to million children each day at 47, sites during the program's peak month of July. SFSP served more than million meals and snacks at a cost to USDA of $ million in fiscal year (FY)primarily during summer vacation.

Resources noted with Updated have changed from All other resources remain current. To-Do List for Sponsors: Requirements and Due Dates for Guide to Operating the SFSP - Introduction Updated Application Process Sponsor & Site Eligibility Documenting Participant Eligibility Meal Service Requirements Training Monitoring Civil Rights Accurate Meal Counting Program.

Summer Food Service Program Sponsor Training Part 4: Meal Service Production. This online training contains audio narration. Please adjust the volume on your speakers or headsets to the desired level before continuing. To read the script with the narration, click on the Food Buying Guide (FBG).

X Second Harvest Community Food Bank: Horton Library: Horton () X Second Harvest Community Food Bank: Kickapoo Boys and Girls Club: Horton () D South Brown County: Horton Elementary School: Horton () D South Brown County: Kickapoo Boys & Girls Club: Horton () Howard.

If no sites exist in your community, consider becoming a site yourself. See above for details. Publicize Your Local SFSP Site Communications. See the USDA Summer Food Service Program site for a wealth of resources to help communities publicize the availability of summer food programs.

Food Buying Guide USDA website and available on an App Essential in planning meals and production Provides food yields. Summer Food Service Program Team Administrator: Sponsor Contact Person Monitors: 1 per sites Site Supervisor: 1 per site and a File Size: 1MB.

The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) was established to ensure that low-income children continue to receive nutritious meals when school is not in session. Free meals, that meet Federal nutrition guidelines, are provided to all children at approved SFSP sites in areas with significant concentrations of low-income children.

The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) is a U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) federally funded program that reimburses sponsors for administrative and operational costs to provide meals for children 18 years of age and younger during periods when they are out of school for fifteen (15) or more consecutive school days.

•Contact faith-based organizations about summer activities. •Consider other areas (housing complexes, community centers, rural trailer parks, etc.) where children congregate and look for ways to bring meals to the them. •Contact your local food bank or pantry to ask about opportunities to partner in the community.

Summer Food Service Program for Children: Nutrition Guidance for Sponsors was developed to help sponsors plan and serve menus with a variety of foods and beverages rich in nutrients, identify their food service responsibilities, operate a safe and successful food service at summer sites.

Summer Food Service Program for Children: Nutrition Guidance for Sponsors has been developed to help sponsors identify their food service responsibilities. This guide offers menu planning and nutrition guidance along with sample menus of breakfasts, lunches and snacks. Also included are food service record-keeping requirements, food buying.

Common Information used by SFSP Sponsors in the Summer Food Service Program Summary: Read about and obtain the commonly requested information, data, and forms used by SFSP Sponsors Applies to: Summer Food Service Program (SFSP), eligibility data, reimbursement rates, guidance, appeal procedures, and forms.Developed by Florida Health's Child Care Food Program, the Florida Department of Children and Families and the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, this guide brings the farm to preschool with quick tips on how to teach healthy habits through outside play.

snacks. Also included are food service record-keeping requirements, food buying and storage information, and guidance in the areas of food safety and sanitation.

This guide is primarily for use by sponsors who prepare meals on-site or in central kitchens for participating children. The goal of the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) is to serve.