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Summer Feeding Program Statistics

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PROGRAM YEAR
Total Summer Feeding Programs
May 1, 2015 - September 30, 2015 May 1, 2016 - September 30, 2016
Contracting Sites 706 708
Sites 5,986  6,103
Meals served for the year  21,185,583 19,519,906
Federal Reimbursement  $58,611,821 $55,523,096
     
Summer Food Service Program
Contracting Entities 375 378
Sites 4,123 4,200
Average Daily Participation (Lunch during May) 65 6,871
Average Daily Participation (Lunch during June) 219,499 214,891
Average Daily Participation (Lunch during July) 137,315
124,092
Average Daily Participation (Lunch during August) 91,905 80,549
     
 Breakfast Meals served for the year 4,025,248 3,694,412 
 AM Snack Meals served for the year 95,235 114,937 
 Lunch Meals served for the year 8,143,450 7,549,883 
 PM Snack Meals served for the year 1,699,789 1,491,336
 Supper Meals served for the year 370,949 270,547
 Meals served for the year 14,334,671 13,121,115
 Federal Reimbursement $40,645,758 $38,283,046
     
Seamless Summer Option
Contracting Entities 331 330
Sites 1,863 1,903
Average Daily Participation (Lunch during May) 430 1,903
Average Daily Participation (Lunch during June) 198,392 188,039
Average Daily Participation (Lunch during July) 105,897 65,824
Average Daily Participation (Lunch during August) 28,645 24,042
Breakfast Meals served for the year 2,579,639 2,399,646
AM Snack Meals served for the year 11,768 1,541
Lunch Meals served for the year 4,129,052 3,871,758
PM Snack Meals served for the year  67,701 74,761
Supper Meals served for the year 62,752 51,085
Meals served for the year  6,850,912  6,398,791
Federal Reimbursement  $17,996,063 $17,240,050
     
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U.S. Department of Agriculture 
Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights 
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Washington, D.C. 20250-9410; 
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