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The Administrative Review, authorized by the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010, includes a general section titled Resource Management (RM) that monitors School Food Authorities' (SFA) compliance with Federal regulations that support the financial health of the school meal program's Nonprofit School Food Service Account (NSFSA). The RM Review section will require participation and cooperation from school business officials at Local Education Agencies (LEAs) participating in these Federal school meal programs (e.g., National School Lunch Program, School Breakfast Program, and Food Distribution Program).
The RM Review contains the following modules:
- Risk Assessment
- Maintenance of the Non-profit School Foodservice Account (NSFSA)
- Paid Lunch Equity (PLE)
- Revenue from Non-program Foods
- Indirect Costs
Maintenance of the Non-profit School Food Service Account (NSFSA)
Fiscal Requirements for Operating a School Meals Program (Admin Policy No. 5 for SY2017-18)
Loans to and from the Nonprofit School Food Service Account (Admin Policy No. 17 from SY2014-15)
Meal Charges and Bad Debt
Meal Charge Policy Training - Minimum Requirements, Best Practices, and Resources
Unpaid Meal Charges: Local Meal Charge Policies (SP-46-2016)
Negative Balance Compliance Requirements (Admin Policy No 4 SY2017-18)
Electronic Fees for School Food Service Programs (Admin Policy No. 8 for SY2013-14)
Unpaid Meals: Best Practices to Ensure Student Access to Meals - USDA Recorded Webinar
Paid Lunch Equity (PLE)
Sponsors that opt into Michigan School Meals (30d state funding) are considered non-pricing and are exempt from PLE pricing requirements.
For SY 2023-24
SFAs with a Positive or Zero Fund Balance
SFAs with a Negative Fund Balance
Previous Years PLE
Revenue from Non-Program Foods