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Non-compliance with one or more of the performance standards and violating regulations jeopardizes continued CACFP participation.
Before issuing the Notice of Serious Deficiency, your sponsor considered:
An example of a Serious Deficiency is:
The Notice of Serious Deficiency fully describes the basis of the problem, the person believed to be responsible for the problem and correcting it, the steps to take to fix it and:
If you take corrective action and it resolves the Serious Deficiency, your sponsor will:
During the Serious Deficiency process, including the termination and disqualification appeal, your claims:
The Serious Deficiency finding is appealable.
The Notice of Termination and Disqualification is appealable.
If your participation is suspended for putting the children in imminent danger, you may appeal that the children were in danger.
If an independent official or hearing board upholds your sponsor’s decision to Terminate and Disqualify you from CACFP participation: