To-Do List for Sponsors: Requirements and Due Dates for 2018
Application Process The application process begins on March each year. If your agency is NEW to the SFSP, please visit the Application & Qualification Process for the Summer Food Service Program page. You will also need to contact Amy Kolano (608) 266-7124 prior to completing an on-line application.
Permanent Agreement/Policy Statement - PI-1482-AP Summer Food Service Program - non-school sponsors only In addition to completing the on-line application all new sponsors that do not contract with DPI for the National School Lunch Program, must complete the Permanent Agreement/Policy Statement and return to DPI.
Wisconsin Free/Reduced Eligibility for All Public Schools (FY 2017) can also be used to determine area eligibility. A SFSP site may operate in a suitable location within the attendance area of a school that has at least 50% of its' students eligible for free and reduced price meals during the school year.
Household Letter For 2017-18
Household Income Application- Updated 11/2017
Household Income Application Instructions- New 11/2017
Household Size-Income Scale for 2017-18 Use for sessions that operate 7/01/17 - 6/30/18
Household Size-Income Scale for 2018-19 Use for sessions that operate 7/01/18 - 6/30/19
Categorical Eligibility - Tips for identifying valid numbers from Wisconsin, Illinois, and Minnesota
Field Trip Request Form - This form can be used to notify the sponsor and DPI when meals are taken on field trips. Upload a pdf version of the completed form or field trip calendar into the SFSP contract online.
Food Buying Guide: Calculator, Mobile App, Print, and Interactive Tool
2018 Training Registration is now open! Visit SFSP Training for more information.
Site Review Form - Self-Prep Sites - can be used for both the 1st week visit and review required prior to the end of the 4th week
Site Review Form - Vended Sites - can be used for both the 1st week visit and review required prior to the end of the 4th week
Civil Rights Training - Although developed for schools, these resources can be utilized by all sponsors.
USDA Guidance Manuals
Policies - SFSP (USDA SFSP Policies - check for updates throughout the year)
Other Programs - At-Risk Afterschool Program