The At-Risk Afterschool Meal Program helps students get the nutritious meals they need in a safe, supervised location. For many students, this is their only opportunity to access a healthy meal after the school day ends. The standards for suppers and snacks served in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) are based on the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, science-based recommendations made by the National Academy of Medicine, cost and practical considerations, and stakeholder's input.
More than 96,000 suppers served to students in all grades (K-12) at 20 different locations in school year 2015-16.
If you are at a Saint Paul Public School and are interested in more information regarding the CACFP Supper program for your after school program, please complete this form. A Nutrition Services staff person will contact you. Interested in CACFP Supper Program