Maximize participation in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC), Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR), National School Lunch Program (NSLP), Afterschool Snacks, and the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program (FFVP)
|2010 Baseline||Progress Made||2017 Benchmark|
|SNAP: 75%||SNAP: 75%||SNAP: 78% participation|
|WIC: 20,274||WIC: 19,209||WIC: 20,500 participation|
|FDPIR: 2,568||FDPIR: 3,147||FDPIR: 3,300 monthly participants|
|NSLP: 70%||NSLP: 71%||NSLP: 78% participation|
|Afterschool Snacks: 204||Afterschool Snacks: 265||Afterschool Snacks: 335 schools|
|FFVP: 110||FFVP: 163||FFVP: 180 schools participate|
SNAP - Moving forward with Standardized Medical Deduction for senior and disabled households.
WIC - Utilizing grant funding and partnership with the Food Security Council to conduct outreach.
NSLP - Work towards increasing participation and decreasing food waste.
Afterschool Snacks - Coordinating with Child and Adult Care Food Program for schools interested
in switching to supper.
FFVP - Targeting schools with qualifying Free and Reduced Price meal rate.
WIC - Working with MDI program to have interested interns do projects with WIC.
FDPIR - Program is administered by dietitians, which ensures high health food quality.
Director, Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)
Director, School Nutrition Programs, Office of Public Instruction (OPI)