The 1st of March
The current fiscal year.
Three years plus the current year including the current month that has not yet been submitted.
Twelve consecutive months.
Records, what records?
Age appropriate milk and yogurt
Carrots and wheat crackers
Donuts and decaf coffee
Don't serve the child peanuts.
Keep an epi pen on hand for times the child has a reaction to peanuts.
Keep the child quarantined from the rest of the children.
Obtain a completed medical statement from the child's license physician. Make sure to follow the instructions listed by the medical professional.
Fire up the blender.
Utilize the opportunity to check and verify my attendance times in Minute Menu and submit my claim.
Submit my claim.
Check to see if any of the children are labeled "P" for pending that I have sent CER forms are still labeled "P".
Celebrate its 5 o'clock somewhere.
A CN reference number in the top right hand corner.
Must contain a cartoon character somewhere on the label.
The CN logo, notated by the distinct border.
The meal pattern contribution requirement listed in the text of the label.
An authorize statement from the USDA.
A smiley face. :)
Yes, as long as it meets the USDA requirements.
No, its not served on the facility property.
Yes, as long as I keep the milk in an ice chest.
Yes, as long as I bring enough for extra servings.
No, 4C CCFP are the Food Police!
Yes, for snack only and sparingly (no more than two times a week).
Yes, "sometimes food" is a food component.
No way Jose!
2 Meals and a Snack
1 Meal and 1 Snack
2 Snacks and a Meal
A Happy Meal
%2.49 + Tax
Serve all the component including the milk.
If the children ask for the milk serve it.
Fill their cups halfway, if they finish they can have more.
Give them water instead.
Yes, it is a cheese. And the Pasta is a grain product.
No, it is only reimbursable as a grain product.
Yes, cheese is a protein.
No, its a dairy product.
Pacific Ultra Soy
8th Continent Soy
1% Lactaid Milk
1 hour for each child
Not maintaining enrollments (CER forms) for 3 years plus the current year.
Not attending training or completing a training requirement.
The Child Enrollment Report must show "No" on the Child Participates in CACFP selection, the CER form must be signed by a parent or guardian, a Parent'/Guardian Declines Participation in the CACFP form needs to be signed and date by a parent or guardian.
The child will not eat any food while in your care.
The child must fill out a "This is not the right answer" form and it must be signed by the child's Cousin and Step-mother.
Child must forage for their own food, but you must provide the utensils and Tupperware.
Teachers, helpers and children must wash hands.
Children should brush their teeth with their fingers.
All surfaces should be clean and sanitized.
Make sure that all children are served the same meal regardless of whether the child will eat or not eat a food component.
All components are served at the same time.
Milk should be served last.
Wipe the table with napkins.
Push everything off the table.
Sanitize the table properly with wipes or bleach solution and towelettes.
Flip the table in anger because the children didn't clean properly.
No, its a "bad" food.
Yes, as long as it has whole wheat or whole grains.
Yes, why not?
Maybe if it tastes good and isn't stale
Serve 1% and fill the cups halfway if the child drinks the milk fill the cup up again
Serve 1% and fill the cups with the required amount
Serve 2% and fill the cups halfway if the child drinks the milk fill the up up again
Serve 2% and fill the cups with the required amount
Call or email Brian (the CCFP Manager) right away to alert him of the problem and serve something you have on hand to cover the missing food item. Document or take photos as evidence.
Serve the meal as is and email later its no big deal.
Send it back.
Call the Ghostbusters.
A religious/food preference statement should be filled out and sent to the 4c main office. The child's food can then be substituted for the food items listed to avoid in their statement.
Don't serve the child meat.
Fill out a decline food program form there is no way they will be able to be claimed.
Have a medical professional fill out medical form stating their religion prevents them eating protein.
Serve the oranges instead of bananas
Serve the oranges instead of the bananas and make a note on the menu that you served oranges for bananas
Leave off the fruit component but serve the rest.
Serve double the dose of crackers.
Put it on the menu and serve it as a class exercise this is a perfect teaching and learning opportunity for your children!
Don't you even dare think about serving it, its not an approved food item
Yes its my lunch who cares who sees.
Yes as long as you are eating and modeling the same food as the children.