Thursday, November 17, 2016

California Practitioners Advisory Group + Meeting Snacks & Meal Standards for After School Programs

CPAG Meeting Notice and Agenda, December 2016 - California Practitioners Advisory Group (CA Dept of Education):

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Joint Meeting of the California Practitioners Advisory Group 
and the State Board of Education

AGENDA

December 7, 2016

California Practitioners Advisory Group Members

  • Jo Ann Isken, Chair
  • Ed Manansala, Vice Chair
  • Melissa Agudelo
  • Jorge Aguilar
  • Mariana Astorga-Almanza
  • Ulises Garcia
  • Carolina Hernandez-Malone
  • John-Damien Huntley
  • Linda Kaminski
  • Kimberly Kenne
  • Tara Kini
  • Nancy Lara
  • L. Karen Monroe
  • Marco Petruzzi
  • Neva Rowden
  • Susan Salcido
  • Araceli Simeon
  • Karen Valdes

Liaisons to the State Board of Education

  • Sue Burr
  • Ilene Straus
Note: The State Board of Education (SBE) meeting is a study session and the SBE members in attendance will take no action on any Items.

State Board Members

  • Michael W. Kirst, President
  • Ilene W. Straus, Vice President
  • Sue Burr
  • Bruce Holaday
  • Feliza I. Ortiz-Licon
  • Patricia A. Rucker
  • Niki Sandoval
  • Ting L. Sun
  • Trish Williams
  • Olivia Sison, Student Member
  • Vacancy

Secretary & Executive Officer

  • Hon. Tom Torlakson

Executive Director

  • Karen Stapf Walters
Schedule of MeetingLocation
Wednesday, December 7, 2016
9 a.m. Pacific Time ±
California Department of Education
1430 N Street, Room 1101
Sacramento, California 95814 
916-319-0843

Please see the detailed agenda for more information about the items to be considered and acted upon. The public is welcome.
ALL TIMES ARE APPROXIMATE AND ARE PROVIDED FOR CONVENIENCE ONLY.
ALL ITEMS MAY BE RE-ORDERED TO BE HEARD AT ANY TIME OF THE NOTICED MEETING. A LIVE STREAM OF THE MEETING WILL BE PROVIDED; HOWEVER, THE VIDEO FEED AND PUBLIC VIEWING OF THE MEETING WILL BE PAUSED IF THE CPAG PARTICIPATES IN SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION/ACTIVITY.
The California Practitioners Advisory Group and the State Board of Education will hold a one-day meeting on Wednesday, December 7, 2016, at the location indicated above. The meeting may include some activities involving the group as a whole and small group discussion involving one or more of the members. The following outline of activities is provided for convenience only. The actual order of business may be changed without notice to accommodate the needs of members, invited presenters, and key staff. Anyone interested in a particular matter should plan on being in attendance for the whole meeting, December 7, 2016. Timing and order of activities may change. The full Advisory Group will commence, recess, and reconvene as necessary throughout the one-day meeting.
GUIDELINES FOR PUBLIC INPUT SESSIONS
Time is set aside for individuals desiring to speak on any topic not otherwise on the agenda. Please see the detailed public agenda for the Public Session. In all cases, the presiding officer reserves the right to impose time limits on presentations as may be necessary to ensure that the agenda is completed.
REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION FOR ANY INDIVIDUAL WITH A DISABILITY
Pursuant to the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, any individual with a disability or any other individual who requires reasonable accommodation to attend or participate in a meeting or function of the California Practitioners Advisory Group may request assistance by contacting the California Department of Education, Improvement and Accountability Division at 1430 N Street, Room 6208, Sacramento, CA, 95814, by telephone at 916-319-0843 or by email at cpag@cde.ca.gov.
Wednesday, December 7, 2016
9:00 a.m. Pacific Time ±
  • Call to Order
  • Salute to the Flag
  • Overview of Agenda
  • Announcements
  • Roll Call and Introductions
  • Special Presentations
    Public notice is hereby given that special presentations for informational purposes may take place during this session.
  • Agenda Items
  • Adjournment

AGENDA ITEMS

Item 01
Subject: Orientation of California Practitioners Advisory Group, including, but not limited to, Administer the Oath of Office, Taking the Oath of Office, Review the Roles, Terms of Office, and Bagley Keene Act and Ethics Training.
Type of Action: Information
Item 02
Subject: Review of the Local Control Funding Formula Evaluation Rubrics State Indicators, including, but not limited to, the Academic Indicator for Small Group Activity and Large Group Discussion on Recommendations.
Type of Action: Action, Information
Item 03
Subject: Update on the Additional Components of the Local Control Funding Formula Evaluation Rubrics, including, but not limited to, the Draft of the Local Performance Indicators Self-Assessment Tools and Menu of Local Measures, the School Conditions and Climate Work Group, the English Learner Indicator Work Group, and Statements of Model Practices.
Type of Action: Action, Information
Item 04
Subject: Development of California's Every Student Succeeds Act Consolidated State Plan including, but not limited to, Small Group Activity and Large Group Discussion on Recommendations.
Type of Action: Action, Information
Item 05
Subject: California Practitioners Advisory Group Priorities, including, but not limited to, future meeting plans; agenda items; approval of minutes; general comments and questions from CPAG members; and other matters of interest.
Type of Action: Action, Information
Item 06
Subject: General Public Comment Public. Comment is invited on any matter not included on the printed agenda. Depending on the number of individuals wishing to address the California Practitioners Advisory Group, the presiding officer may establish specific time limits on presentations.
Type of Action: Action, Information
***ADJOURNMENT OF THE MEETING***
For more information concerning this agenda, please contact the California Department of Education at 1430 N Street, Room 5111, Sacramento, CA, 95814; telephone 916-319-0787; facsimile 916-319-0972. Individuals desiring to speak on the items presented below will be limited to two minutes each. A group of five speakers may sign up together and designate one speaker who will be allocated a total of three minutes for the group. Members of the public wishing to send written comments about an agenda item to the CPAG members are encouraged to send an electronic copy to cpag@cde.ca.gov, with the item number clearly marked in the subject line. In order to ensure that comments are received by CPAG members in advance of the meeting, please submit these and any related materials to our office by noon on December 4, 2016, the Friday prior to the meeting. For the December 2016 meeting, the agenda will also be posted on the State Board of Education’s Web site and all letters submitted to the CPAG members will also be distributed to the SBE members.
Last Reviewed: Thursday, November 17, 2016


Snacks & Meal Standards for After School Programs

This fact sheet identifies the state nutrition standards as well as the federal reimbursable requirements for snacks and meals offered in after school programs (ASP).

Summary

California Department of Education (CDE) Administered After School Programs. After school programs have the option to serve a snack, a meal, or both. All snacks provided to students in the CDE’s After School Education and Safety (ASES) programs or the federally funded 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) programs must meet, at a minimum, the California nutrition standards identified below. Furthermore, programs must seek to qualify for a federally funded after school snack or meal program. If snacks are provided through one of the federally reimbursable meal programs, known as child nutrition programs, the food must meet both the federal requirements and the California nutrition standards. Federal Program Monitoring (FPM) reviewers will evaluate the after school program for compliance with the California nutrition standards.
Meals served in after school programs (ASPs) through the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) must meet the CACFP nutrition requirements to receive the federal reimbursement for the meals. For flexibility, the CACFP allows School Food Authorities to use either the CACFP or the National School Lunch Program meal pattern. After school meals are notrequired to comply with the California nutrition standards identified below.
Non-CDE Administered After School Programs. If the after school program is not funded through the ASES and/or 21st CCLC grants, compliance with the nutrition standards below are not required. However, we strongly encourage ASPs to serve food that meets the nutrition standards. If ASP snacks or meals are provided through a federally reimbursable meal program, the food must meet the federal requirements for that specific program.
Summary Tables
CDE Administered After School ProgramsCalifornia State Snack StandardsChild Nutrition Program (CNP) Federal Standards
SNACKS provided by ASES or 21st CCLC fundsYesNo
SNACKS provided through CNP fundsYesYes
MEALS provided through CNP, ASES or 21st CCLC fundsNoYes

Non-CDE Administered After School ProgramsCalifornia State Snack StandardsChild Nutrition Program (CNP) Federal Standards
Snacks or meals NOT funded through ASES or 21st CCLCRecommendedYes
Snacks or meals provided through CNP fundsNoYes

California Education Code Requirements

(Education Code sections 49430-49431.7, 8423(c)3, 8482-8484.6)

Food

Snacks provided in ASES and 21st Century funded ASPs must be fruits, vegetables, dairy, protein or whole grain-rich food items; foods with a fruit, vegetable, dairy, protein, or whole grain-rich item as the first ingredient; or combination foods containing at least one-quarter cup of fruit or vegetable that meet all of the following standards. Each individual food item must:  http://www.cde.ca.gov/ls/nu/as/afterschoolnutstan.asp

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