At Risk After School CACFP
USDA recently revised the CACFP meal patterns to ensure children and adults have access to healthy, balanced meals throughout the day. These changes in the At Risk After School are based on the scientific recommendations from the National Academy of Medicine, the American Academy of Pediatrics and stakeholder input. CACFP centers and day care homes must comply with the updated meal patterns by October 1, 2017. This page contains materials that pertain to the New CACFP Meal Pattern changes that are specific only to At Risk After School CACFP programs.