Maintain regulation (license or certification)
Daily: Record the meals you serve and the children that ate it. The meals must meet the meal pattern requirements.
Monthly: Submit meal counts and new enrollment forms to your local agency to receive your reimbursement.
Yearly: Attend a CACFP training session or complete a home study packet.
Yearly: Enroll the children in your care.
Three Times Yearly: Meet with a CACFP monitor in your home to receive support, new education materials, and updates on program regulations.
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