Form FDACS-01900 "Nslp Meal Count Procedures for Coded Roster Two Points of Service (K), Preorder Meals" - Florida

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Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
Division of Food, Nutrition and Wellness
NSLP MEAL COUNT PROCEDURES FOR CODED ROSTER
ADAM H. PUTNAM
TWO POINTS OF SERVICE (K), PREORDER MEALS
COMMISSIONER
SCHOOL YEAR ________
Instructions: Copy and paste the below procedures on your school’s letterhead.
Agreement Number:
\ denotes a meal that has been ordered.
/ denotes a meal that has been served.
For Meals Served On Site (breakfast and lunch)
Each morning, staff will mark the roster by placing a \ to indicate the number of meals needed
for each day.
Children enter the serving room and line up at the service counter. A child takes a complete
meal from the line and then proceeds to the cashier. The cashier visually verifies that the child
has a complete reimbursable meal and verifies the student’s ID as the child states his or her
name, or the cashier will state the child’s name. Once the meal and ID are verified, the child is
marked on the roster with a / as receiving a reimbursable meal. This will complete the X. The
point of service (POS) is located at the end of the line.
At times, the kindergarten students may not be able to carry all items needed for a reimbursable
meal on their tray. This procedure will be used for those situations. The teachers/aides will
assist the students to their table and place the remaining items next to each student. The
cashier will walk over to the tables and the POS for the kindergarten class will be at the dining
tables.
The cashier visually verifies that the child has a complete reimbursable meal and
verifies the student’s ID as the child states his or her name, or the cashier will state the child’s
name. Once the meal and ID are verified, the child is marked on the roster with a / as receiving
a reimbursable meal. This will complete the X.
After meal service is complete, the roster will be totaled by the cashier. A second-party check of
the meal counts by eligibility will also be conducted by administrative personnel. In addition,
administrative personnel will conduct edit checks on a daily basis.
At no time will staff use their memory to mark the POS roster.
Roster/Eligibility Codes
Each student will be issued a four-digit student ID number.
Eligibility for students will be
identified by using the following codes to prevent overt identification of meal benefits:
Student ID numbers beginning in: 1000 = Free, 3000 = Reduced-Price, 5000 = Paid
Payments
Monies for reduced-price and paid meals will be collected in the main office prior to the meal
service to prevent overt identification of those students with a free or reduced-price eligibility
benefit.
FDACS-01900 Rev. 03/13
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Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
Division of Food, Nutrition and Wellness
NSLP MEAL COUNT PROCEDURES FOR CODED ROSTER
ADAM H. PUTNAM
TWO POINTS OF SERVICE (K), PREORDER MEALS
COMMISSIONER
SCHOOL YEAR ________
Instructions: Copy and paste the below procedures on your school’s letterhead.
Agreement Number:
\ denotes a meal that has been ordered.
/ denotes a meal that has been served.
For Meals Served On Site (breakfast and lunch)
Each morning, staff will mark the roster by placing a \ to indicate the number of meals needed
for each day.
Children enter the serving room and line up at the service counter. A child takes a complete
meal from the line and then proceeds to the cashier. The cashier visually verifies that the child
has a complete reimbursable meal and verifies the student’s ID as the child states his or her
name, or the cashier will state the child’s name. Once the meal and ID are verified, the child is
marked on the roster with a / as receiving a reimbursable meal. This will complete the X. The
point of service (POS) is located at the end of the line.
At times, the kindergarten students may not be able to carry all items needed for a reimbursable
meal on their tray. This procedure will be used for those situations. The teachers/aides will
assist the students to their table and place the remaining items next to each student. The
cashier will walk over to the tables and the POS for the kindergarten class will be at the dining
tables.
The cashier visually verifies that the child has a complete reimbursable meal and
verifies the student’s ID as the child states his or her name, or the cashier will state the child’s
name. Once the meal and ID are verified, the child is marked on the roster with a / as receiving
a reimbursable meal. This will complete the X.
After meal service is complete, the roster will be totaled by the cashier. A second-party check of
the meal counts by eligibility will also be conducted by administrative personnel. In addition,
administrative personnel will conduct edit checks on a daily basis.
At no time will staff use their memory to mark the POS roster.
Roster/Eligibility Codes
Each student will be issued a four-digit student ID number.
Eligibility for students will be
identified by using the following codes to prevent overt identification of meal benefits:
Student ID numbers beginning in: 1000 = Free, 3000 = Reduced-Price, 5000 = Paid
Payments
Monies for reduced-price and paid meals will be collected in the main office prior to the meal
service to prevent overt identification of those students with a free or reduced-price eligibility
benefit.
FDACS-01900 Rev. 03/13
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Field Trip Meal and Meals Served Outside of the Cafeteria Counting Procedures
Bag lunches will be packed in a cooler, and temperatures will be monitored during transport to
the field trip site(s). At the time of meal service on field trips, each child will receive a complete
reimbursable bag lunch from the cooler. They will proceed to the staff in charge of marking the
meals served on the roster. The child will give the staff his/her name (or the staff will state the
child’s name), and the staff will then visually verify that the child has a complete meal.
The meal served will be marked with a / at the POS. The roster will be returned to the
administrative office at the end of the field trip to be added to the daily meal counts.
I have read the above procedure, understand it, and this is the procedure we have chosen for
counting reimbursable meals.
Sponsor Signature
Date
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