SDE: School Nutrition Programs

School Nutrition Programs


Child Nutrition Programs   Program Guidance  |  Forms  |  Resources  |  Nutrition Education 



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  Afterschool Snack Program

  Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program

  National School Lunch Program (NSLP)

  School Breakfast Program (SBP)

  Seamless Summer Food Service Program (SSFP)

  Special Milk Program




Program Guidance


  Meal Patterns

  Online Agreements and Claiming
  Procedures, User IDs, Passwords and Access [PDF]     
  Online Security Enhancements [PDF]

  Direct Certification

  Operational Memos

  Program Guidance
  Federal and state requirements and guidance
  for operating school nutrition programs


Contact


Consultants for School Nutrition Programs
County Consultant
  • Fairfield County
  • Fionnuala Brown
    fionnuala.brown@ct.gov
    860-807-2129
  • Hartford County (towns/cities beginning with A-R)
  • Teri Dandeneau
    teri.dandeneau@ct.gov
    860-807-2079
  • Hartford County (towns/cities beginning with S-W)
  • Windham County
  • Susan Alston
    susan.alston@ct.gov
    860-807-2081
  • Litchfield County
  • Allison Calhoun-White
    allison.calhoun-white@ct.gov
    860-807-2008
  • Middlesex County
  • Tolland County
  • Andy Paul
    andrew.paul@ct.gov
    860-807-2048
  • New Haven County
  • Jackie Schipke
    jackie.schipke@ct.gov
    860-807-2123
  • New London County
  • Monica Pacheco
    monica.pacheco@ct.gov
    860-807-2073

    Connecticut State Department of Education
    Bureau of Health, Nutrition, Family Services and Adult Education
    25 Industrial Park Road, Middletown, CT 06457
    Telephone: 860-807-2050
    Fax: 860-807-2127



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