The Seamless Summer Feeding Program (SP) combines features of the National School Lunch Program (NSLP), the School Breakfast Program (SBP), and the Simplified Summer Food Program (SSFP). Seamless Summer Option offers a streamlined approach to LEA’s already participating in NSLP.
LEAs operating the SP at summer school sites must offer meals to summer school students and community children. If the LEA wants to offer meals to summer school students only, it must extend the NSLP/SBP.
Fiscal and Claims
Income Eligibility Information
Program Application and Requirements
LEAs must complete the application process in order to operate a SP. Once approved, schools operate sites in lower-income areas and may feed children 18 years of age and younger. Meals are reimbursed at the free NSLP/SBP rates. Schools may serve a maximum of two meals per day at each site, which includes snacks as a meal. The LEA may have sites in school and non-school settings. LEAs are encouraged to offer meals at alternate sites, such as parks, community pools, community centers, Boys and Girls Clubs, and YMCAs.
Application Memo and Forms
Training for the SP is not mandatory. However, training is provided via a conference call and the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction encourages all sponsors interested in the SP to participate.
Wendy Barkley, (360) 725-6220
Kathleen Wilcox, (360) 725-6203
Angela Ruiz, (360) 725-6212
Debra Calhoun, (509) 323-2751
Kari Lund, (425) 776-2955
Linsey LaPlant, (425) 917-7923
Pam Mahre, (509) 575-2412
Chuck Ziara, (360) 725 6222
Melissa Hill, (360) 725-4950
Lisa Kiser, (360) 725-4957
Map of NSLP Sponsors and Assigned Specialists