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​                      After School Supper Program

What is an "After School Supper Program"?

Oregon is one of a few pilot states that serves free meals and snacks through the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP). CACFP After-School Meals give a nutritional boost to children, including teenagers through age 18, in eligible afterschool programs in lower income areas in every state.  Afterschool programs that serve meals, draw children and teenagers into constructive activities that are safe, fun, and filled with opportunities for learning. The food gives them the nutrition they need to learn and grow.  When school is out and parents are still at work, children need a safe place to be with their friends, with structured activities, and supportive adults. 










What's New!.pdf


Who can sponsor an Afterschool At-Risk Meal Program?

  • Public entities, including school districts
  • Private non-profit organizations
  • Some for-profit centers


To be eligible, an after school program must:




Who is eligible for afterschool meals?

  • After School Meals are served at no charge to all children attending a qualified school and eligible to participate in organized, regularly scheduled after school education, or enrichment activities. 
  • Please Note:  Children DO NOT have to be enrolled in the club or activity in order to receive a meal.
  • There are no application forms for parents or guardians to fill out. All afterschool meals and snacks are served in group settings, at no cost to the child or to the child's parents or guardians.


What is included in a Supper Meal?

(1) Serving of Meat/Meat Alternate - 2 ounces

(1) Serving of Bread/Grain - 1 ounce

(1) Serving of Vegetables and/or Fruits - 3/4 cup total

(1) Serving of Fluid Milk - 8 ounces

 Sample Menu.pdf

 Site List for After School Supper Meals Revised 9_7_2018.pdf


Links to additional information:

USDA CACFP After School Meals

Oregon Department or Education Nutrition Services CACFP Info

Nondiscrimination Statement

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