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The hours after school are a critical time when children and youth are most at-risk of engaging in delinquent behavior. An afterschool care program that serves snacks
reimbursed through the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) offers children
and youth constructive activities and something to eat. It draws them into
supervised afterschool care programs that are safe, fun and filled with
learning opportunities. Afterschool snacks fill the gap between the lunch they
receive at school and supper, and helps ensure that children and youth receive
the nutrition they need to learn, play and grow.
If your school wants to serve and be reimbursed for a more adequate after school snack/meal, click here to view the CACFP at-risk supper program.
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