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Administrative Review Summary Report

​Date:  05-01-19

Name of Agency:  Youth and Family Resource Center

                                                                                                   Date of off-site review: 03-08-19

Reviewer:  Matthew Smith                                                    Date of on-site review: 04-11-19

Persons interviewed:  Sandra Moseley                               Date of exit conference: 04-11-19

This School Food Authority (SFA) operates the National School Lunch Program, the School Breakfast Program, and the After School Snack Program.

The following areas were corrected prior to the On-Site Portion of this Administrative Review (AR):

  • Local Wellness Policy:  The policy provided during the Off-Site portion of this AR needed to have the following added: all four required goal areas [7 CFR Part 210.31(c) (1)], designation of personnel responsible for ensuring the implementation and assessment of the policy [7 CFR Part 210.31 (c) (4) and 7 CFR Part 210.31 (e) (1)], nutrition guidelines [7 CFR Part 210.10.31 (c) (1) and (2)], standards for foods and beverages available to residents during the school day [7 CFR Part 210.31(c) (3), and guidelines for the marketing of food and beverages [7 CFR Part 210.31 (3) (iii)].  Prior to the completion of the On-Site portion of this AR the SFA provided a policy with all the above added.
  • Meal Patterns:  A review of the breakfast and lunch menus for the week of 02/17/19 through 02/23/19 indicated three non-systemic insufficient serving sizes [7 CFR Part 210.10 (c) and 7 CFR Part 210.8 (c)]. Prior to the completion of the On-Site portion of the AR the SFA brought the insufficient serving sizes into compliance with the meal patterns.

    The State Agency (SA) is exercising its discretion to not apply fiscal action for the above insufficient quantities as allowed for under 7 CFR Part 210.18 (g) (2).

Corrective action for the above was made prior to the On-Site portion of this AR.  No further action is required for the above

Findings and Recommendations Identified During the Off-Site Portion of the Review Conducted March 8, 2019:

The SFA served canned fruit in heavy syrup as part of a meal component:  During the week assessed (02/17/19—02/23/19) the SFA served fruit in heavy syrup with two meals.  7 CFR Part 210.10 (c) (ii) and 7 CFR Part 220.8(c) (ii) requires canned fruit to be canned in a light syrup, water, or 100% fruit juice.  The following meals were served with fruit canned in heavy syrup:

  • The breakfast 02/18/19 (this meal was served with pears canned in heavy syrup)
  • The lunch on 02/22/19 (this meal was served with pears canned in heavy syrup)

When looking at products for use in you agency's school nutrition programs make sure to check the labels on the canned fruit to ensure it is in canned in light syrup, water, or 100% fruit juice.  Many times these fruit products have labels that are similar to fruit products canned in heavy syrup. 

To demonstrate compliance with canned fruit requirements:

  • Check the products your agency has on hand to ensure all canned fruit products used in your agency's school nutrition programs are canned in light syrup, water, or 100% fruit juice.
  • Provide a copy of your corrective action plan to demonstrate understanding and compliance.

Reviewer's Comments:  I want to commend Sandra Moseley on a job well done during this review.    

Procurement Review Summary Report

Date:  05-01-19

Name of Agency:  Youth and Family Resource Center

                                                                                                   Date of AR off-site review: 03-08-19

Reviewer:  Matthew Smith                                                    Date of AR on-site review: 04-11-19

Persons interviewed:  Sandra Moseley                               Date of exit conference: 04-11-19

This School Food Authority (SFA) operates the National School Lunch Program, the School Breakfast Program, and the After School Snack Program.

There were no findings for the procurement review.

Reviewer's Comments:  Youth and Family Resource Center does a good job with their procurement activities for their school nutrition programs.  Keep up the good work.

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