Reimbursement Rates and Eligibility Guidelines

Income Guidelines for Free and Reduced Price Meals

School Year 2022 Income Guidelines

School Year 2022 Free and Reduced Price Income Guidelines
School Year 2022 Income Guidelines and Reimbursement Rates
(Annual, Monthly, Twice a Month, Every 2 Weeks & Weekly)

 

School Year 2022 SSO Reimbursement Rates

SY 2022 SSO Reimbursement Rates
NSLP   Severe    Severe     
  Lunch   Lunch   Breakfast   Breakfast    Snack 
  Includes PBR         
Paid   $    0.42   $    0.44   $  0.33   $  0.33    $     0.09 
 Reduced   $    3.33   $    3.35   $  1.67   $  2.05    $     0.50 
 Free   $    3.73   $    3.75   $  1.97   $  2.35    $     1.00 
             
SSO Jan-Dec 2021        
Free   $      4.3175    $  2.4625      $       1.0200 


 

School Year 2021 Income Guidelines

 

School Year 2021 Free and Reduced Price Income Guidelines
School Year 2021 Income Guidelines and Reimbursement Rates
(Annual, Monthly, Twice a Month, Every 2 Weeks & Weekly)

 

Chart of Accounts

For more information about Chart of Accounts and Department of Education, contact Tyler Backus.

Indirect Costs

Maine currently does not have a delegation agreement in place with US Department of Education which allows school district to charge the National School Lunch Program or any other federal program indirect costs. Indirect costs rates must be approved by the Department of Education and no such costs have been approved or a method in place to do so. Therefore no food service program should be charged indirect costs. If so that must be ended and the indirect costs charged to the program must be reversed.

Fain Numbers:

SY2021

Reimbursement (block grant awards) - 214ME301N1099
Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program - 214ME300L1603

SY2020

Reimbursement (block grant awards) - 204ME301N1099
Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program - 204ME300L1603

SY2019

Reimbursement (block grant awards) - 194ME301N109944
Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program - 194ME300L1603