Training for Meal Pattern Requirements SY 2020-2021
Course Name Description
New
Offer vs Serve at Breakfast SY2020-2021

Explains the purpose and requirements of offer vs serve and describes the implementation of OVS at breakfast. This course provides .5 hours of Professional Standards credit.
NewMeal Pattern Requirements for the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs SY2020-21
Using the 2012 meal patterns, this course describes the SY 2020-21 meal pattern requirements for pre-K through 12th grade students participating in the National School Lunch and School Breakfast programs. This course provides 1.5 hours of Professional Standards credit.
New
Crediting Grains in NSLP and SBP SY2020-2021

Using the 2012 meal patterns, this introductory module describes how to credit and meet the whole grain-rich requirements in NSLP and SBP. This course provides .5 hours of Professional Standards credit.
Training Resources
NSLP Meal Patterns Charts SY2020-21NSLP Meal Patterns Charts SY2020-21



This module describes how to meet the whole grain-rich requirement in the National School Lunch Program.


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