November 15, 2022 – 7 CFR 210.8(a)(1): On-site Review.
An annual review of the lunch and breakfast programs must be completed each year by February 1 at districts that have more than one school site. USDA strongly encourages all schools to review the checklist for “program accountability and integrity.”
September 20, 2022 - Annual Cashier Training
Includes training in Civil Rights compliance, Reimbursable meal identification and what is Offer vs Serve meal service
August 16, 2022– Back in the Saddle Again with Free/Reduced Meal Applications
The federal school meal programs are returning to income eligibilities and meal pricing structures this year, so we want to remind you how families should fill the applications out and then how a school district will process them.
- Customer service was a key focus of this year’s state School Nutrition Association conference. Find copies of all the resources from the convention at www.northdakotasna.com/conference We also review the foodshow fare – new products for next year’s menus and new ways to prepare old favorites. Enjoy!
May 17, 2022– Top Ways to Prepare for Next Year
- Time 17:51 Table has an Error. Lunch-Pricing School Total is "At least $0.82 on top of highest student paid price"
March 15, 2022 – SCA, Procurement, USDA Updates & More
February 15, 2022 – Planning for next year
January 18, 2022: Nonprogram Foods – do you know what they are and how to track them?
November 16, 2021: A Focus on Food Allergies
October 19, 2021: Administrative Reviews
May 18, 2021: Getting Ready for Next Year – USDA Waivers and menu tips
APRIL 22, 2022: USDA WAIVERS: Webinar
April 20, 2021: Every Kid Healthy Celebrations
February 16, 2021: A Few of My Favorite Things – Kitchen tools to make your job easier
January 19, 2021: CN Labels and Product Formulation Statements
December 15, 2020: Recipes and Recipe Analysis Workbook
November 17, 2020: Production Records
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