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Child Nutrition Annual Training Calendar

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Date* Topics/Description*

March 2, 2023

Food Service Management Contracts (FSMC)

March 9, 2023 Revisions to Meal Patterns Consistent with the 2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans: Listening Session 1
March 14, 2023 Revisions to Meal Patterns Consistent with the 2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans: Listening Session 2
March 21, 2023 SFSP Non-Congregate Meal Service in Rural Areas
March 27, 2023 Summer Food Service Program 2023 Update 
March 28, 2023 - March 29, 2023 *Must register for both days Potential New Sponsor Summer Food Service Program Training 
April 4, 2023 Summer Food Service Program Training *In Person: Albany
April 13, 2023 Community Eligibility Provision


Summer Food Service Program (SFSP)



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Past Webinars

Date* Past Topics/Description*

August 42022

Eligibility: (Part 1)

August 11, 2022

Standardized Recipes & Production Records, OGS & the Use of Commodities, Customer Service & Marketing, POS, Breakfast After The Bell (BAB)

August 18, 2022

Adult Meals, Second Meals, A La Carte, Prohibition Against Meal Shaming, Claims for Reimbursement, SNAP and MEDI Reporting

September 22, 2022 Non-Profit Food Service Costs
September 29, 2022 Free & Reduced Price Meal Policy Statement
October 6, 2022 Income Verification (Part 2)
October 27, 2022 Administrative Review Process
November 3, 2022 Process for Submitting the Cash Analysis for Non-public and Charter Schools
November 10, 2022 Procurement
January 5, 2023 Local Foods for Schools Cooperative Agreement Program (LFS)
January 26, 2023 Fiscal Management Refresher

















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