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Guidance for School Food Authorities to Serve Meals in the 2022-23 School Year

The Division of Health and Wellness and USDA provide training and resource materials for all Child Nutrition Programs and Services in the District of Columbia.

2022-23 School Year Summer and School Meal Program Updates

2022 Summer Series Trainings

Farm to School

School Meal Programs

Student Eligibility

Administrative Review

Area Eligibility in USDA Programs

Area Eligibility refers to the use of school data to establish the eligibility of an area so operators can provide free meals to children without the use of household applications; these programs include the Summer Feeding Program, At-Risk Supper Program, and Afterschool Snack Program. For a site or location to be deemed ‘Area Eligible’ it must be within attendance area to a school where 50 percent or more of its students qualify for free and reduced-price meals. Area Eligibility can help increase program participation and feed more children without the burden of applications or identification.

Breakfast

Civil Rights

Food Safety

Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Program (FFVP)

Healthier US Schools Challenge (HUSSC)

Healthy Schools Act

Local Wellness Policies (LWP)

Procurement for School Nutrition Programs

Professional Standards

USDA Foods Program

Guidance from School Year 2021-22