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April 22-26, 2024

Orlando, Florida

CACFP · Afterschool Meals · Summer Food

Postconference Academy

These sessions are two-hour deep dives in a classroom setting. Pre-registration is required.

Onsite Registration

Mar. 29 - April 25, 2024
  • $129
Friday, April 26 | 8:00 am - 10:00 am Eastern

Annual CACFP Training FY24 

Looking for comprehensive CACFP training for new or seasoned CACFP operators working in child care centers, family homes, or adult day care centers? Review annual training topics including meal patterns, meal counts, claims submission, review procedures, recordkeeping requirements, monitoring requirements, reimbursement system, Civil Rights, important updates in the CACFP, as well as medical statements and food allergies.    ~ CEU Specialty 2

  1. Learn how to maintain compliance in the CACFP.  
  2. Explore useful tools and resources to help you operate the CACFP.  
  3. Assess medical statements and what you need to have on file.  

Presented by: Isabel Ramos-Lebron, MS, RDN, LD, National CACFP Sponsors Association        


CORE Training: Management Plans 
Learn the meaning behind management plans and how they relate to the CACFP performance standards. Learn the key points through individual and group activities.  ~ CEU Specialty 6

  1. Identify the purpose and requirements of a management plan.  
  2. Learn how to evaluate, monitor, revise, and submit a management plan.  
  3. Get management plan best practices for program success.  

Presented by: 

Cherese Myree, CFE, MH Miles, CPA, PC

Arnette Cowan, MS, RD, MH Miles Company, CPA, PC

Friday, April 26 | 10:30 am - 12:30 pm Eastern

Leading and Managing Multigenerational Teams

Most organizations struggle to address the “generational crisis.” For organizations, generational differences in the workplace can cause conflict, dissent, and decreased productivity. When approached positively, a multigenerational workplace can promote innovation and increase profits. Learn how to rise above generational stereotypes in the workplace.  ~ CEU Specialty 6

  1. Understand generational differences.  
  2. Explore the implications of a multigenerational context for the workplace.  
  3. Develop strategies for leading a multigenerational team.  

Presented by:  Michael Strawser, PhD, University of Central Florida 

Medical Statements, Milk Substitutions and Specials Diets 
Have you ever received a parent’s or doctor’s note describing a meal modification or substitution to serve a child or adult in your care? Maybe you have felt confused or overwhelmed on how to modify the menu to ensure foods are safe to serve to a participant with a disability.  ~ CEU Specialty 1

  1. Learn when you need to have a medical statement to serve safe, reimbursable foods in the CACFP.  
  2. Identify creditable and non-creditable milk substitutions in the CACFP, including what documentation you may need.  
  3. Understand how to tailor foods for special diets, like vegetarian, pureed, and gluten-free diets.  

 Presented by: Isabel Ramos-Lebron, MS, RDN, LD, National CACFP Sponsors Association 


Grant Writing 101 
New to grant writing or need a refresher? Learn how to read and respond to a Request for Proposal when applying for a grant. Get tips on how to write a statement of need, outline measurable objectives and evaluation measures, and put together budget justifications.  ~ CEU Specialty 5

  1. Learn the grant process step by step.  
  2. Identify grant writing obstacles and how to overcome them.  
  3. Understand the three most important requirements when applying.  

Presented by: Alexia Thex, MEd, National CACFP Sponsors Association