What's New

Last Published: 11/07/2013
Date Título
04/13/2015 Revised Prototype Free and Reduced Price Application Materials: Policy Changes and Design Overview
04/09/2015 Agency Information Collection Activities: Proposed Collection; Comment Request-School Breakfast Program
04/01/2015 Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Electronic Media Use in CACFP (CACFP Research Report Booklet)
03/31/2015 Child Nutrition Programs-Income Eligibility Guidelines
03/31/2015 Q&As Related to the “Smart Snacks” Interim Final Rule
03/30/2015 Statements Supporting Accommodations for Children with Disabilities in the Child Nutrition Programs
03/20/2015 Guidance on Prohibition of Separation by Gender during CNP Meal Service
03/18/2015 Office of Management and Budget Super-Circular 2CFR Part 200
03/13/2015 Q&As Regarding the Use of SAE Funds and SA Funds for Farm to School Related Expenses
03/13/2015 Reporting Guidance for Results of Administrative Reviews Conducted in SY 2013-14
03/11/2015 Administrative Review Process Regarding the Child Nutrition (CN) Label, Watermarked CN Label and Manufacturer’s Product Formulation Statement
03/11/2015 CN Labels Copied with a Watermark Acceptable Documentation
03/09/2015 USDA Announces Nationwide Expansion of Team Up for School Nutrition Success Initiative
03/09/2015 Formative Research on Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Electronic Media Use in the Child and Adult Care Food Program
03/09/2015 Agency Information Collection Activities: Proposed Collection; Comment Requested-Review of Child Nutrition Data and Analysis for Program Management
03/06/2015 USDA Awards Grants to Support Schools Serving Healthier Meals and Snacks
03/06/2015 FY2015 NSLP Equipment Assistance Grants for SFAs
03/04/2015 Good News for Parents: New Study Shows Kids Eating More Healthy Food at School, Throwing Less Food Away
03/04/2015 Community Eligibility Provision: Annual Notification and Publication Requirements
03/04/2015 Extension of the Deadline for LEAs to Elect the Community Eligibility Provision for School Year 2015-16

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