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SBP Administration & Forms
 SBP participants submit applications and file claims through the Texas Unified Nutrition Programs System: TX-UNPS.  If you are unable to use an Internet-based applicaiton such as TX-UNPS, please contact TDA.

Household Application Translations

USDA also provides translations for the household application used for NSLP, SBP, and SMP in over 30 languages. These translations are available at http://www.fns.usda.gov/cnd/Application/familyfriendlyapps.html.
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2014-2015 Paid Lunch Equity Tool    Download File    Download File    School Nutrition Programs
2015-2016 Income Eligibility Guidelines for Determining Free and Reduced Price Benefits    Download File        School Nutrition Programs
2015-2016 Paid Lunch Equity Tool    Download File    Download File    School Nutrition Programs
2016-2017 Application Letter to Household for Free and Reduced-Price School Meals    Download File        School Nutrition Programs
2016-2017 Application Letter to Household for Free and Reduced-Price School Meals - Spanish    Download File        School Nutrition Programs
2016-2017 Income Eligibility Guidelines for Determining Free and Reduced Price Benefits    Download File        School Nutrition Programs
2016-2017 Multi-Child Application for Free and Reduced-Price School Meals    Download File    Download File    School Nutrition Programs
2016-2017 Multi-Child Application for Free and Reduced-Price School Meals - Spanish    Download File    Download File    School Nutrition Programs
2016-2017 Multi-Child Application for Free and Reduced-Price School Meals (Nonpublic School Version)    Download File    Download File    School Nutrition Programs
2016-2017 Multi-Child Application for Free and Reduced-Price School Meals (Nonpublic School Version) - Spanish    Download File    Download File    School Nutrition Programs
2016-2017 Multi-Use Application for Free and Reduced-Price School Meals    Download File    Download File    School Nutrition Programs
2016-2017 Multi-Use Application for Free and Reduced-Price School Meals - Spanish    Download File    Download File    School Nutrition Programs
2016-2017 Paid Lunch Equity Tool    Download File    Download File    School Nutrition Programs
2017-2018 Paid Lunch Equity Tool    Download File    Download File    School Nutrition Programs
6 Cents - Certification Checklist    Download File        School Nutrition Programs
Addendum Question for Policy Statement for Free and Reduced-Price Meals, Attachment B: Meal Count/Collection Procedure(s)    Download File  Download File      School Nutrition Programs
Adult Meal Calculator Worksheet    Download File  Download File      School Nutrition Programs
And Justice for All Poster    Download File    Download File    School Nutrition Programs
Application for Texas Identification Number  AP-152 Download File        School Nutrition Programs
Approved Purchase List    Download File  Download File      School Nutrition Programs
Revenue from Non-program Foods  Minimize 
Each year, CEs must assess their revenue from program food (reimbursable meals) and nonprogram food (non-reimbursable meals) to ensure that nonprogram food revenue generates at least the same proportion of revenue as it contributes toward total food costs. 

Revenue ratio:

Food cost ratio:

Nonprogram Food Revenue

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Nonprogram Food Costs

Total program + 
nonprogram revenue

Total program foods +
nonprogram food costs


TDA provides the Program/Nonprogram Revenue Proportion Calculation Worksheet to assist CEs in determining if their program and nonprogram costs and income are proportional. CEs may also find that the USDA’s Paid Lunch Equity (PLE) Calculation Worksheet, which is used to determine  if the CE’s meal pricing system is equitable, will assist them in determining the proportion of program and nonprogram food costs and income.


Indirect Cost Guidance  Minimize 
The full cost of the NSLP and SBP includes both direct and indirect costs. Direct costs are incurred specifically for the NSLP and can be readily identified to a particular school food service objective. Allocation of indirect costs is necessary because it identifies the portion of the costs benefitting the school food service. The Indirect Cost Guidance and its attachment provide assistance to the CEs to ensure the nonprofit school food service (School Nutrition Program) account funds are limited to those expenses that are reasonable and necessary to provide quality meals for the NSLP and SBP.

Application Frequently Asked Questions  Maximize 

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