When Kids Can’t Pay

Key Area 3, Administration, Code 3300
March 2018

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 1. “School lunch shaming” is a regulatory term.


  

2. Charitable donations specifically earmarked to pay student meal debt are often called ___ Funds.

 
  

3. Food and beverage items not part of the reimbursable meal are ___. 

 
  

4. SNA research found that in 2016, ___ of all responding districts had unpaid meal debt.

 
  

5. Unpaid meal debt can accumulate when families eligible for free meals fail to complete the application  

 
  

6. ___ requires school food authorities operating federal school meal programs to have a written policy for managing meal charges. 

 
  

7. Beginning in SY ___, written communication of meal charge policies must be provided to all households .

 
  

8. The government mandates that an alternative meal always be provided to students with meal debt.

 
  

9. Meal charging policies should establish ___.

  
  

10. Federal rules require school food authorities to obtain approval from the school board for any meal charging policy. 

 
  

 

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