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NSLP stands for ___ ___ ___ ___

National School Lunch Program

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NSLP:
This idea was not addressed until the ___ ___.

Great Depression

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NSLP-1946

-___ __ ___, a senator from Georgia, proposed a school lunch program in 1944 to combat the problem of ___

-Russell also noticed that ___ were suffering due to the extremely __ __ of their __.

Richard B. Russell
malnutrition
farmers
low prices, crop

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The act (1946) created the __ __ __ __ (__), a program to provide __-__or __ school lunch meals to qualified students through subsidies to schools

National School Lunch Program (NSLP)
low-cost
free

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NSLP:

-___ assisted meal program
-__ and __-__ ___ schools
-Also residential ___ ___ institutions
-Federal Level = ___ and ___ Service
-State Level = ___ ___ agencies

Federally
public and non-proft private
child care
Food and Nutrition
state education

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How Does it Work?

-Schools taking part in the program receive __ __.
-Schools must serve ___ that meet ___ requirements
-Schools must offer ___ or __ ___ lunches to eligible students

cash subsidies
lunches Federal
free, reduced price

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School Reimbursement:

-Most USDA support comes in as __ ___

-Schools with a high percentage of __-___ students have higher reimbursement rates

cash reimbursement
low-income students

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Dietary Guidelines for Americans:
Meals rich in:

-___ products
-__ and ___
Moderate ___ and __
Diet __% of total calories or less from fat and less than __% of fat calories from saturated fat
-__/_ of Dietary Allowances come from
Protein, iron, calcium, and vitamins A and C.

grain
vegetables, fruits
sugars, salts
30%
10%
1/3

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The Problem:

-__% or __ ___ children & adolescents are obese

-Almost ___% children & adolescents are overweight or obese

-___ is a contributing factor

17%
12.5million
30%
diet

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The Solution:

--Modifications to the ___ __ ___ ___
-___ ___!

National School Lunch Program

Let's Move!

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Goal of "Lets Move"?
-To end ___ ___ within a ___ (ambitious).

childhood obesity
generation

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Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010:

-Signed ___ __, ___
-First major changes in ___ years

Main Points:
-Increase in reimbursement rate for school lunch by __ __
-Establish __ __ set by ___ for food sold in schools
-Increase ___ ___: Nutrition Information must be provided to parents
-Improve ___ ___ of food

December 13, 2010
30 years
6 cents
nutritional standards, USDA,
parental awareness
nutritional quality

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Establishing Nutrition Standards:

-___
-__ and ___ ___ limits
-___ __, ___ ___, "__ __ __", __ __
Exemption: ___

lower calorie limit= ___
upper limit ___ with ___

USDA
upper, lower, calorie
school meals, vending machines, "a la carte", school stores
fundraisers
550
varies, age

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Establishing Nutrition Standards:

Milk:
-Requirement changed with ___ ___-___ Act
-___ ___ for Americans 2010
-Fat-free milk, low-fat (1%) milk, fat-free or low-fat lactose reduced milk, fat-free or low-fat lactose-free milk, fat-free or low-fat buttermilk, and fat-free or low-fat acidified milk

Healthy Hunger-Free
Dietary Guidelines

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Water:
Must be available, ___ of charge
___
Not ____
Exemption: ___ ___

Examples of how to carry this out: putting __ ___ and ___ on__ ___.

free
location
reimbursable
field trips
water pitchers, cups lunch tables,

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What are Eligible Schools?

-Public or nonprofit private schools of ___ __ grade or __
-Public or nonprofit private ___ __ __institutions

public, non-profit, high school under
residential child care

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Which Students Qualify?

-not limited to ___ __.
-Households receiving __/__/__ benefits.
- ___ ____
-___/___/___/___
-Households within specific ___ intervals.

US citizens
SNAP/TANF/WIC
Head Start
Runaway/Migrant/Homeless/Foster
intervals

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Nationally School Breakfast Program:
Originally for:
Schools in ___ ___
Areas that required children to ___ __ __.

poor areas
travel great distances

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School Breakfast Components:

A school breakfast contains __ components which are:
-___/___ ___
-___/___/___
-___/___
-___

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meat/meat alternative
juice/fruit/vegetable
grains/bread
milk

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Do students have to take all food items being offered for breakfast & lunch?

Students need to take __ different meal components for the meal to be considered a school.

3

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NSBP: Children it Serves:

In Fiscal Year 2010 over ___ million children participated every day for school breakfast

___ million received free or reduced price
___ over the years

11.6 million
9.7 million
increasing

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NSBP: How do children Qualify?

-Any child can participate in School breakfast

-Families with incomes at or below ___% of federal poverty level are eligible for free price __-__% reduced-price meals.
*no more than __ cents/meal

any child
130%, 130-185%
30 cents

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Reimbursement Program:

-___ supports the School Breakfast Program
-___ reimbursement
Free breakfast $ ___
Reduced-price breakfast $ ___
Paid breakfast $ ___

*schools may qualify for higher “__ __” reimbursements if ___% or more of breakfasts are served free or reduced

USDA
cash
$1.51
$1.21
$0.27
"severe need" 40%

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Nutritional Benefits of NSBP:

-Increased ___ ___
-Decreased daily intake of ___ as a percentage of calories
-Decreased ___ and ___
-Decreased __ and __ ___ levels
-Decreased risk for ___ disease

nutritional intake
fat
stomachaches, headaches
obesity, blood cholesterol
cardiovascular

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School Performance Benefits (NSBP):

-Increased ___ __ and school performance
-Increased ___ ___
-Decreased ___ problems
-Decreased absenteeism and ____

cognitive function
attention spans
discipline
tardiness