This webcast provides guidance on the regulatory requirements for the program and helps schools determine if they might qualify for severe need reimbursement rates.
This webcast explains which child nutrition program claims are submitted monthly and annually, how to get reimbursable meal counts by program, how to complete edit checks, how and when to submit claims, and when the SFA receives payment for these claims.
this webinar on Meal Access and reimbursement will help you understand the regulations set up by USDA to minimize or eliminate errors in the portion of the Administrative Review.
This webcast explains the changes to the new Annual Food Service Financial Report and accounting procedures for the 16-17 school year and forward.
The Severe Need Breakfast program provides additional reimbursements for schools who serve at least 40% of lunches to students who qualify for free and reduced meal benefits.
Eligibility is determined on a school by school basis and must be applied for annually.
Additionally, breakfast service models and financial models are discussed.The small purchase method is a simple and informal procurement method intended for the purchase of goods and services which cost less than the simplified acquisition threshold currently set at 0,000.Welcome to the School Nutrition Team webcast page where you will find resources you may use for training at your convenience. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X - Z Providing meal benefits and submitting accurate claims are a critical part of administering the USDA Child Nutrition Programs. Then click on the desired topic to see available webcasts.You will learn how to complete the Annual Food Service Financial Report and how to appropriately allocate all costs and revenues to the food service programs within your SFA.
Part 3 will introduce various tools available to assist in the planning of breakfast menus.