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May 31, 2007

TO:

Chief School Administrators School Business Administrators/Board Secretaries Directors of Special Services County Superintendents County Supervisors of Child Study County School Business Administrators Directors, Private Schools for Students with Disabilities

FROM:

Katherine P. Attwood, Assistant Commissioner Division of Finance

SUBJECT:

Private Schools for Students with Disabilities (PSSD) – Code Effective 7/1/2007 Regarding the Allowable Costs of Meals

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In September 2006, the state Board of Education readopted N.J.A.C 6A:23, Finance and Business Services with amendments. One of the amendments (6A:23-4.5(a)20) regarding the cost of meals is effective for the 2007-2008 school year. In order for a PSSD to charge the cost of meals in the tuition rate:

  • 1.

    The meals must meet the nutritional requirements of the Child Nutrition Program as administered by the New Jersey Department of Agriculture;

  • 2.

    A non-profit PSSD must apply for and receive funding from the Child Nutrition Program as administered by the New Jersey Department of Agriculture (see item #4); and

  • 3.

    Both non-profit and profit PSSD must charge for paid and reduced meals based on the income eligibility requirements of the Child Nutrition Program as administered by the New Jersey Department of Agriculture (see item #5).

However, the PSSD may charge the cost of meals in the tuition rate by opting out of the requirements in items #2 and/or #3 above by complying with the following:

4. A non-profit PSSD may obtain, on an annual basis prior to the start of the fiscal year, school board resolutions from a majority of the school districts that have contracted

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