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At-Risk Afterschool Meals Child Nutrition Programs 405-521-3327 At-Risk Afterschool Meals Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 expanded the program.

Offers federal funding to afterschool programs that serve a meal and/or snack to children in low-income areas. Component of the Child and Adult Care Program (CACFP) Must apply through SDE CACFP 3

USDA Guidance At-Risk Afterschool Meals Guide MAY BE FOUND in Other Documents in eClaims How Can I Participate Public or Private nonprofit school

Unit of a local, municipal, county, tribal or state government Private nonprofit organization Private or public nonprofit university or college Nonprofit centers 5

Eligibility Requirements Be organized primarily to provide care in after-school settings. (Weekends, holidays or school vacations during the regular school year.) Provide organized educational or enrichment activities. Be located in an attendance area where at least 50% of students are

eligible for free/ reduced-price meals. 6 Area Eligibility EXAMPLE: If a high school does not have 50% free or reduced price enrollment, but the middle school in that same attendance area does have 50% free

or reduced eligibles, the high school may participate based on the middle schools numbers. Activities Must have regularly organized activities that include enrichment or educational component.

Organized activity must be open to all students, however they do not have to participate. 8 Athletic Programs Students who are a part of a sports team can receive Afterschool Snacks or Meals,

but the Program cannot be limited to a sports team Participant Eligibility School age child through 18 (if they turn 19 during the school year) Person with a disability who meets the requirements of a Person with Disability.

(7 CFR 226.2 Definitions) Must be participating in an approved afterschool care program Meals must be consumed onsite 10 Meal Service Meals and Snacks may be reimbursed if they are served:

After the school day has ended OR On weekends or holidays, including vacation periods (during the regular school year only) At any time of the day Eligibility of Expanded Learning Time

Programs (USDA Memo SP 04-2011) A school operating 1 hour longer than the traditional school day of 6 hours may be eligible to serve & claim afterschool meals during that 7th hour Documentation of Expanded

Learning Time Programs To be approved for serving At-Risk meals during expanded learning time programs, the SFA is required to send a class schedule showing that school is in session for 7 full hours. Lunch time can not be calculated in the 7 hours. Example: A high school operates from 8:00 am to 3:30 pm.

Lunch is 30 minutes IS THIS SCHOOL ELIGIBLE TO SERVE MEALS DURING THE EXPANDED LEARNING TIME (THE LAST HOUR)??? At-Risk Afterschool Meals may be served at any time AFTER SCHOOL

At-Risk Afterschool Meals are not allowed to be reimbursed during the summer when school is not in session To continue providing meals in the summer, apply for the Summer Food Service Program/SFSP Contact: Dee Houston, SFSP Coordinator

Meal Requirements Can use either CACFP or National School Lunch Program(NSLP) meal patterns. Snack and/or Supper are eligible meals during a typical school day On weekends, holidays or school vacations during the school year, breakfast & snack or lunch & snack could

be served at any time during the day Meals must be served free to all children. 16 CACFP MEAL PATTERNS Snacks Two of the 5 components from the

following for a reimbursable snack: Milk Vegetable Fruit Grain Meat or meat alternate (ONLY ONE COMPONENT MAY BE A BEVERAGE)

Other Meal Requirements Lunch/Supper All 5 components must be served in the minimum serving size for a reimbursable lunch or supper. (Milk, Fruit, Vegetable, Grain, and Meat/Meat Alternate) Breakfast Milk

Fruit/Vegetable Grain Offer vs. Serve Lunch/Supper Offer 5 menu items Must take 3 menu item Breakfast Offer 4 menu items

Must take 3 menu items NOT ALLOWED FOR SNACK CACFP Meal Patterns Meat/meat alternate may meet grain requirement at breakfast Sugar limits on yogurt and breakfast cereals Juice may only be served at one meal

per day At least one serving of grain per day must be whole grain rich Grain-based dessert cannot be used to meet the grains requirement Reimbursement Rates for CACFP are determined in July

Snack - $.88 Supper/Lunch $3.23 Breakfast $1.75 Reimbursement is allowed for one meal and one snack CACFP At-Risk revenue may only be spent on CNPs 22

CACFP Revenue OCAS Coding: Project reporting Code 769 Revenue Code - 4750 At-Risk Afterschool Meals Documentation

Attendance Records Number of snacks/meals prepared Number of snacks/meals served

Menus Expenditure/Reimbursement Worksheet Monitor reviews Required Records Daily attendance rosters or sign in sheets

Required Records Number of meals or snacks served Required Records Menus As Served Expenditure/Reimbursement Worksheet

Documentation of nonprofit food service to ensure that all program reimbursement is used only for the food service operations Records Maintenance Copies of invoices, receipts, etc.

Administrative costs Operating costs Claims for reimbursement Training records Maintain records for 3 years QUESTIONS? Child Nutrition Programs

Oklahoma State Department of Education Deborah Weatherford 405-522-5159

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