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* 1. Name (first & last):

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* 2. Email address:

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* 3. Which sites must collect income eligibility applications?

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* 4. Which site type serves all children in the community based on area eligibility?

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* 5. Can a non-school site establish eligibility with any school’s data?

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* 6. A parent/guardian calls site requesting vegan meals for their child (no animal products allowed). How can you accommodate this child in order to get reimbursed for the meal?

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* 7. A parent/guardian calls site requesting gluten free meals for their child due to Celiac Disease. What will you do?

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* 8. Food items listed on the meal change request form doesn’t accommodate SFSP meal pattern. Will you claim this meal?

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* 9. You receive the meal count sheets for the week and notice that none of them are signed, some of them are not dated and you do not know which meal service (B,L) they were from, there is no adult meals, leftovers documented, and the numbers marked for reimbursement are the same daily. What will you do?

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* 10. You are consolidating the meal counts for reimbursement and looking at the menu and production records. Cottage cheese, milk and strawberries were served for breakfast in the required quantities on 4 Monday’s during the month. Will you claim these breakfasts?

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* 11. You are looking at the monthly menu plans and notice that for lunch the plan is to serve 4 oz of 100% grape juice and ½ cup of grapes as the fruit/vegetable component. What will you do?

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* 12. I am as a sponsor responsible to reach out to my local health department to conduct health inspection at my sites. If health inspections are not conducted at any of my sites by the end of my program, I understand that it is a finding that could lead to serious deficiency and I may have to return all the program reimbursements. I understand that as a school food authority I have to have 2 health inspections during the school year, if one is missing, I have to reach out to the health department and have the second inspection during the summer. As a school food authority, I understand that if the site is school site and had two health inspections during the school year, I don’t need a third health inspection during the summer program.  As a CACFP agency I understand if the site received health inspection during the CACFP operations that transitions into SFSP (or vice versa) I can accept the health inspection document from the program. I understand that FSMCs must have health certificates where they prepare the SFSP meals, they have regular health and meal quality inspections.

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