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Summer Feeding Program Statistics

Summer Feeding Programs

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PROGRAM YEAR May 1, 2016 -
September 30, 2016 
May 1, 2017 -
September 30, 2017 
Total Summer Feeding Programs
Contracting Sites 706 686
Sites 6,089 6,140
Meals served for the year 19,519,906 18,959,829
Federal Reimbursement $55,101,064 $55,334,153
Summer Food Service Program
Contracting Entities 376 355
Sites 4,186 4,182
Average Daily Participation (Lunch during May)* 6,871 26,584
Average Daily Participation (Lunch during June) 213,678 206,283
Average Daily Participation (Lunch during July) 122,677 113,181
Average Daily Participation (Lunch during August) 78,585 70,575
Average Daily Participation (Lunch during September)** 5,255
 Breakfast Meals served for the year 3,694,412 3,620,542
 AM Snack Meals served for the year 114,937 104,927
 Lunch Meals served for the year 7,549,883 7,035,775
 PM Snack Meals served for the year 1,491,336 1,316,034
 Supper Meals served for the year 270,547 322,775
 Meals served for the year 13,121,115 12,400,053
 Federal Reimbursement $37,861,014 $37,167,345
Seamless Summer Option
Contracting Entities 330 331
Sites 1,903 1,958
Average Daily Participation (Lunch during May) 16,908 19,493
Average Daily Participation (Lunch during June) 188,039 188,386
Average Daily Participation (Lunch during July) 65,824 58,915
Average Daily Participation (Lunch during August) 24,042 29,391
Average Daily Participation (Lunch during September)** 2,750
Breakfast Meals served for the year 2,399,646 2,497,607
AM Snack Meals served for the year 1,541 1,153
Lunch Meals served for the year 3,871,758 3,979,608
PM Snack Meals served for the year  74,761 43,009
Supper Meals served for the year 51,085 38,399
Meals served for the year  6,398,791 6,559,776
Federal Reimbursement  $17,240,050 $18,166,808
*Difference in Average Daily Participation reflects variations in total sites claimed in May 2017.
**September 2017 Average Daily Participation reflects site claims made as a result of Hurricane Harvey.

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