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Child and Adult Care Food Program

Training Modules and Materials

CACFP Annual Training

Annual training is required for continued participation in Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP). At a minimum, the person responsible for oversight of the CACFP must attend. This training is intended for directors and administrators. Monitors are encouraged to attend.

This training is mandatory; the renewal agreement will not be approved until the appropriate person has attended training.

Family Day Care Home Sponsors Training occurred Wednesday, July 25, 2018. Please contact your specialist if you have questions.

Child Care Centers
The Annual Training Webinar is required for renewal. In order to receive credit for this training, the sponsor must certify completion using the link below.

2018 CACFP Annual Training for Child Care Centers

Training Credit
If you did not complete the annual training live on August 14, 2018. You must complete a short form certifying you have completed the webinar in order for you to complete renewal. Child Nutrition Services will automatically receive notifications as training is completed.

Adult Care Centers
The Annual Training Webinar is now available:

2018 CACFP Annual Training for Adult Care Centers



Infant Meals

Infants have unique nutritional and developmental needs. The new Infant Meal Pattern began October 1, 2017 and supports breastfeeding, increases the consumption of fruits and vegetables, and decreases the amount of added sugars and sodium.

View this recorded training and discover:

  • What the new meal pattern is,
  • Which foods are creditable,
  • How to document infant meals, and;
  • When meals should be served.

Training Credit
If you are participating in this training as a requirement, you must complete a short form in order to receive credit. Child Nutrition Services will automatically receive notifications when you submit your certification.



Breastfeeding Materials

Many mothers stop breastfeeding their infants when they return to work or school. How can child care assist and support the breastfeeding mother so she can continue to breastfeed? Child care providers that provide care to infants and center directors are the target audience for this training. You can earn 1 STARS credit for this training.



Training Modules



Training Materials

File downloads are PDF and Word unless otherwise noted.


 

Child and Adult Care Food Program

Program Supervisor
Mary Nagel, 360-725-6218
mary.nagel@k12.wa.us

Administrative Support
360-725-6206

Program Specialists
Arianne McConchie, 360-725-6201
arianne.mcconchie@k12.wa.us

Celia Kennedy, 253-583-8818
celia.kennedy@k12.wa.us

Jeannette Green, 360-725-4950
jeannette.green@k12.wa.us

Jessica Condron, 360-810-0440
jessica.condron@k12.wa.us

Judy Larsen, 509-575-2427
judy.larsen@k12.wa.us

Molly Gleason, 360-952-3314
molly.gleason@k12.wa.us

Nicki Christoferson, 360-688-4467
nicki.christoferson@k12.wa.us

Terri Adolfson, 509-789-3542
terri.adolfson@k12.wa.us

Program Specialists with assigned areas
CACFP Mailing Addresses

Toll Free Number
866-328-6325​

Agency TTY
360-664-3631

 

   Updated 12/7/2018

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