The Summer Food Service Program was established by Congress in 1968 to ensure that during school vacation, needy children 18 years or younger could receive the same high quality meals provided during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs. The SFSP can begin when school closes in the spring and continue until school opens for the fall term.
The Tennessee Department of Human Services (DHS) administers the SFSP under an agreement with the U. Special provisions may be made for areas where schools operate on year-round schedules.
The annual deadline date for submitting applications from new sponsors is 45 days prior to the proposed beginning of meal service, and no later than May 1st.
The application will be available online by February 1st.
You may request access to the application by emailing TNSFSP.
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