This webinar recording includes detailed information on financial viability, administrative capability, and program accountability in the Summer Food Service Program.
This recorded webinar provides additional information on the requirements for an acceptable SFSP budget and best practices for state agencies’ evaluation of budgets.
This recorded webinar goes into detail about appropriate documentation that can be used for reconciling claims for reimbursement. Included, is one example of how state agencies can use appropriate documentation to conduct reconciliation of a site’s meal counts.
On March 7th, FNS hosted a live webinar for state agencies and FNS staff on an overview of summer 2023 non-congregate meal service in rural areas.
This webinar provides an overview of USDA child nutrition programs’ final rule, Streamlining Program Requirements and Improving Integrity in the Summer Food Service Program.
A webinar for state agencies providing an overview of provisions included in the new Keep Kids Fed Act legislation and Supply Chain Assistance funding.
A webinar for state agencies about tools available to aid in the transition back to normal child nutrition program operations.
This webinar is intended for states and school districts that serve direct delivered USDA Foods for child nutrition programs.
USDA's summer meal programs work to make sure that doesn't happen. However, getting the meals to the kids and teens during summer can be difficult. During the summer, transportation may not be available to bring kids to the meals. So why not bring the meals to where the students live and play?
This webinar is for states who are currently using, or are interested in applying for, the USDA DoD Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program in the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP). We share tools and best practices to assist state agencies, SFSP sponsors, and SFSP sites in using their resources to provide fresh fruits and vegetables to SFSP participants during the summer months.