School Year 2020-21 Meal Service Resources
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The resources on this page support schools during fall meal services. Please check back often for new resources.

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Implementation Resources


→ Social Media and Website Tools  Maximize 

→ Communication Tools from Schools to Parents and Families  Maximize 

→ Menu Planning Resources  Maximize 

→ Hand Washing and Social Distancing  Maximize 


Sanitation & Safety
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Planning Tools Archive
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Additional Resources and Guidance
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Virtual Training Series – Recordings and Slide Decks
(Newest in series added to top of list.)

→ Fall Reopening Plans & Outreach Tools to Promote NSLP - 8/28/20  Maximize 

→ Important Update Regarding Meal Pattern Requirements - 8/12/20  Maximize 

→ Fall Reopening Plan & Food Production Records Webinar - 8/12/20  Maximize 

→ Fall Reopening Plan & Counting and Claiming Webinar - 7/29/20  Maximize 

→ Processing Bulk Foods to Individually Wrapped Items - 7/16/20  Maximize 

→ Administrative Review Process in Alternative Meal Models - 7/8/20  Maximize 

→ Utilizing USDA Foods - 7/7/20  Maximize 

→ Fall 2020 Menu Planning Strategies and Resources - 7/1/20  Maximize 

→ Meals in the Classroom - 6/30/20  Maximize 

→ Taking Advantage of CEP in SY20-21 - 6/25/20  Maximize 

→ San Antonio ISD’s Campus Meal Plan Presentation - 6/24/20  Maximize 

→ Purchasing Texas-Grown Food during COVID-19 - 6/23/20  Maximize 

→ Breakfast in the Classroom  Maximize 

→ The Foodservice View  Maximize 


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