Resource | Toolkits
The School Day Just Got Healthier: School Administrators and Foodservice

You have the ability to help make the school meal changes a positive and exciting experience for everyone. Let everyone know that healthier food choices and physical activity are important to you and the whole school.

Resource | Toolkits
The School Day Just Got Healthier: Educators and Students

The School Day Just Got Healthier for you. School meals are better for you and will help you do your best in school, sports, and help you grow and stay strong. Power up with fruits, low-fat milk, and healthy breads.

Resource | Toolkits
Summer Meals Toolkit

This toolkit gives state administrators, program operators, and community partners creative ideas and resources to make summer meal planning easy, raise awareness, overcome barriers, and serve nutritious food that is appealing to children.

Resource | Technical Assistance & Guidance
Resources for Sponsors
Resource | Technical Assistance & Guidance
Meal Patterns
Resource | Best Practices
Best Practices: Meal Service

This section shares ideas that creative sponsors have used to enhance the overall quality of the meals they serve. 

Resource | Best Practices
Best Practices from Across the Nation

Successful summer meal program expansion requires careful preparation and intensive community-based efforts. It requires the sharing of ideas, innovations, and best practices across state lines and time zones. It involves a blend of collaboration that is diverse but united by a single vision: to feed more hungry children during the summer months.

Drawing from relevant examples, best practices by states, sponsors, and partners can serve as inspiration for summer meal programs across the nation. Each of the following topics is an important consideration in the planning of a successful summer meal effort. There are tips, stories of best practices in action, and links to further information.

Resource | Best Practices
Best Practices: Sponsor Retention

This section is a collection of strategies from several states who found success in retaining their SFSP sponsors.