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PDFWAC 110-301-0190

Parent or guardian provided food and written food plans.

(1) A written food plan must be developed by the provider and a child's parent or guardian, signed by all parties, and followed when accommodating a child's:
(a) Special feeding needs;
(b) Special diets;
(c) Religious or cultural preferences;
(d) Family preferences; or
(e) Other needs.
(2) A school-age provider may allow or require parents or guardians to bring food for their child.
(3) If a parent or guardian provides meals for their child, a school-age provider must:
(a) Notify the parent or guardian in writing of the USDA CACFP requirements for each meal; and
(b) Supplement a child's meal that does not satisfy USDA CACFP requirements if necessary.
(4) On special occasions, such as birthdays, a school-age provider may allow parents or guardians to bring in snacks that may not satisfy the nutritional requirements for all children. The snacks provided must be limited to:
(a) Store purchased fruits and vegetables (uncut);
(b) Foods prepackaged in the original manufacturer containers; or
(c) Snacks prepared, cooked, or baked at home by parents or guardians of a child in care. Prior to serving, a school-age provider must receive written permission from each child's parent or guardian stating their child may consume food prepared, cooked, or baked by another child's parent or guardian.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 43.216.055 and 43.216.065. WSR 21-10-035, ยง 110-301-0190, filed 4/27/21, effective 6/1/21.]
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