Summer Food Service Program (SFSP)

To find a summer meals site near you, click on this link and follow the directions http://www.fns.usda.gov/summerfoodrocks

The Summer Food Service Program was established to ensure low-income children continue to receive nutritious meals during the summer months when school is not in session. Free meals that meet the federal nutritional guidelines are provided to all children 18 years old and younger at approved SFSP sites in areas with significant concentrations of low-income children.

Schools may review the Seamless Summer Option to reduce paperwork and streamline the management of your program.

2019 Summer Reviews

  • Alfond Youth Center
  • Andover Public Schools
  • Aroostook Band of Micmacs
  • Biddeford Public Schools
  • Boys & Girls Club, Kennebec County
  • Calais Public Schools
  • Camp at Eastward
  • Caswell Public Schools
  • Central Maine Bible Conference
  • Downeast Family YMCA
  • Freeport Community Service
  • Gateway Tutor Academy
  • Good Shepard Food Bank
  • Lewiston Public Schools
  • Madawaska Rec Department
  • Maine Sea Coast Mission
  • Hand in Hand/Mano en Mano
  • Medical Care Development
  • Mid Coast Hunger Prevention
  • Millinocket Public Schools
  • Pine Tree Society
  • Portland Public Schools
  • RSU 3
  • RSU 4
  • RSU 10
  • RSU 12
  • RSU 13
  • RSU 15
  • RSU 16
  • RSU 18
  • RSU 19
  • RSU 25
  • RSU 34
  • RSU 39
  • RSU 41
  • RSU 44
  • RSU 49
  • RSU 53
  • RSU 54
  • RSU 57
  • RSU 61
  • RSU 68
  • RSU 70
  • RSU 73
  • RSU 84
  • RSU 86
  • RSU 88
  • Salvation Army - Sebago
  • Sanford Public Schools
  • South Portland Public Schools
  • Southern Kennebec Child Development
  • The Game Loft
  • Town of Baldwin
  • Trinity Jubile
  • YWCA Central Maine
 

2019 SUMMER REIMBURSEMENT RATES

 

   Rural or Self Prep Sites

    All Other Types of Sites

BREAKFAST

               2.2975

                 2.2550

LUNCH or SUPPER

             4.0325

                 3.9675

SNACK

              0.9525

                 0.9325

During Operations

Filing a Claim for Reimbursement

    Guidance

     

            Policy and Procedures of Maine DOE Child Nutrition

             

                Seamless Summer Option

                The Seamless Summer Option offers a streamlined approach to feeding hungry children in your community by limiting paperwork. School Food Authorities (SFAs) participating in the NSLP or SBP are eligible to apply.

                • Comparison of Programs SFSP/NSLP/Seamless Option link to USDA; compares various Child Nutrition summer meal programs; used to inform and encourage more School Food Authorities (SFAs) to provide meals in the summer and other times when school is not in session.
                            For more information or questions about the Summer Food Service Program please contact a Child Nutrition staff member.

                            Click Here to check out the latest Summer Meals Newsletter from USDA