"School-Age Children Certification Statements for the Child and Adult Care Food Program During Covid-19 (Sponsoring Organization)" - Georgia (United States)

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2 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive SE, Suite 754, East Tower, Atlanta, GA 30334
(404) 656-5957
Brian P. Kemp
Amy M. Jacobs
Governor
Commissioner
School-Age Children Certification Statements for the Child and Adult Care Food
Program during COVID-19
(Sponsoring Organization)
During the COVID-19 pandemic, centers and/or homes are permitted to claim reimbursement for meals
served to school-age children who are enrolled for care.
This option does not apply to school-age children
over 12 years of age.
To claim meals for school-age children in the Child and Adult Care Food Program
(CACFP), all other eligibility criteria must still be met. See policy memo,
Updated Guidance for
Determining and Calculating Enrollment for Child Care Centers and Day Care Homes (Revised) dated
October 1,
2019, for more information on which meals are eligible for reimbursement.
The undersigned delegated Principal/Program Contact certifies to the following with respect to monthly claims
and program operation. Please maintain a copy of this form on file with your CACFP records.
This institution, its Principals(s), Responsible Individual(s) and/or Authorized Representatives(s) certify that:
All applicable sites will be informed, trained, and monitored on program accountability and program
requirements outlined in the policy memo Guidance for Claiming School-Age Children in CACFP
during COVID-19.
All applicable sites will maintain program accountability and the maximum number of meal(s) and/or
snack(s) claimed for reimbursement will not exceed two (2) meals and one (1) snack or one (1) meal
and two (2) snacks per child, per day for the School Breakfast Program (SBP), National School Lunch
Program (NSLP) and Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP).
For all applicable sites, if meal(s) and/or snack(s) are provided by a third party such as a
parent/guardian or a School Food Authority (SFA), the site will not claim these meals for reimbursement
under the CACFP.
___________________________________________________
_________________
Name of Sponsoring Organization
Agreement Number
___________________________________________________
_________________
Signature of Principal/Program Contact
Date
www.decal.ga.gov
2 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive SE, Suite 754, East Tower, Atlanta, GA 30334
(404) 656-5957
Brian P. Kemp
Amy M. Jacobs
Governor
Commissioner
School-Age Children Certification Statements for the Child and Adult Care Food
Program during COVID-19
(Sponsoring Organization)
During the COVID-19 pandemic, centers and/or homes are permitted to claim reimbursement for meals
served to school-age children who are enrolled for care.
This option does not apply to school-age children
over 12 years of age.
To claim meals for school-age children in the Child and Adult Care Food Program
(CACFP), all other eligibility criteria must still be met. See policy memo,
Updated Guidance for
Determining and Calculating Enrollment for Child Care Centers and Day Care Homes (Revised) dated
October 1,
2019, for more information on which meals are eligible for reimbursement.
The undersigned delegated Principal/Program Contact certifies to the following with respect to monthly claims
and program operation. Please maintain a copy of this form on file with your CACFP records.
This institution, its Principals(s), Responsible Individual(s) and/or Authorized Representatives(s) certify that:
All applicable sites will be informed, trained, and monitored on program accountability and program
requirements outlined in the policy memo Guidance for Claiming School-Age Children in CACFP
during COVID-19.
All applicable sites will maintain program accountability and the maximum number of meal(s) and/or
snack(s) claimed for reimbursement will not exceed two (2) meals and one (1) snack or one (1) meal
and two (2) snacks per child, per day for the School Breakfast Program (SBP), National School Lunch
Program (NSLP) and Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP).
For all applicable sites, if meal(s) and/or snack(s) are provided by a third party such as a
parent/guardian or a School Food Authority (SFA), the site will not claim these meals for reimbursement
under the CACFP.
___________________________________________________
_________________
Name of Sponsoring Organization
Agreement Number
___________________________________________________
_________________
Signature of Principal/Program Contact
Date
www.decal.ga.gov