Nearly half of state’s children qualify for free/reduced-price meals
TOPEKA — The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) is seeking sponsors who are willing to provide nutritious meals to Kansas children during the summer months.
TOPEKA — The Kansas State Department of Education announces the participation of sponsoring agencies in the Child and Adult Care Food Program for the current program year.
The Kansas State Department of Education announces the participation of all Kansas school districts and many private schools in the National School Lunch and/or School Breakfast Program. Local school officials have adopted the following household income guidelines for determining eligibility for Child Nutrition Program benefits.
Thanks to a system developed by No Kid Hungry and the U.S. Department of Agriculture, children and parents can find summer meal sites by sending a quick text. The summer meals texting hotline service is available across the United States, including Kansas.
CACFP Nutrition News – NEW LOOK! - Certification for 2017 - October Claim Reminder – Centers Only
Fourteen Kansas schools will be able to expand their school breakfast programs thanks to a grant totaling more than $90,0000 from the 2016 Fuel Up to Play 60 School Nutrition Grant Program.
Team Up will provide a unique opportunity for peers to network, share information about successes and challenges and set SMART goals on high priority topics.
Where Healthy Eating Becomes a Habit
Apple Month, Cranberry Month, Eat Better, Eat Together Month, Farm to Plate Month, Pork Month
The updated meal standards for the CACFP are available for public inspection and will be published in the Federal Register on Monday, April 25, 2016. CACFP centers and day care homes must comply with the new meal standards by October 1, 2017.
Communications and Recognition Programs
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