Financial Report
TDA will provide a JotForm to complete the Financial Report. The JotForm due date has been extended to March 31, 2021.

This report must be completed by Contracting Entities (CEs) who participate in the NSLP, School Breakfast Programs (SBP), School Milk Program (SMP) or At-Risk CACFP programs and must be completed by an authorized representative. The NSLP Financial Report will not be available in TX-UNPS. An email with a jot form link for the Preparing for the Financial Report form has been sent to the Child Nutrition Director on the SNP Application. The CE must ensure that the reported data is accurate and reflects the CE’s financial operations for the fiscal period reported.

The Preparing for the Financial Report form has been provided to prepare the CE in completion of the NSLP Financial Report. It contains a list of documents, terminology, object codes, and additional pertinent information related to the NSLP Financial Report.

Once, the CE has completed review of this form and gathered the necessary documents, the CE will submit and will be directed to the NSLP Financial Report jot form.

CEs may also elect to go straight to the NSLP Financial Report by clicking here.

The webinar below has been provided as an overview of the financial report, terminology used in the report and preview of the current JotForm. This webinar also discuss a review of the excessive fund balance plan for those who have more than 3 month excess funds. You can download the associated webinar documentation here.

You may also download the NSLP Financial Report and the Excessive Fund BalanceAll other inquires regarding the Financial Report may be sent to

Please Note:
There have been several inquiries regarding the formula for Q. 16. Q. 16 is the ending fund balance and the jot form includes the following: Q. 11 (Beginning Fund Balance) + Q. 12 (Total Revenue) – Q. 13 (Total Expenditures) = Q. 16 Ending Fund Balance

Assistance available in English and Spanish. Please call 877-TEX-MEAL (877-839-6325) for help.

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