Civil Rights Training for Participating Organizations in Child Nutrition Programs
Civil Rights Manual
This manual is made available to you to assist you in providing training to your staff. It includes handouts, worksheets, attendance records and resources. You may also use the links in the manual to access other information. The manual was revised in 2017.
Civil Rights Powerpoint Training
The presentation slides can be used to train your staff. Choose the powerpoint that has been developed for the program you participate in. Many slides have information in the "Notes" section at the bottom, to help you lead discussions, present examples or expand on the information on the slide.
Iowa School Programs Civil Rights Complaint Procedure Policy
This policy can be adopted by school districts as a civil rights complaint procedure in the state of Iowa.
Iowa School Programs Civil Rights Complaint From
This form can be used to document civil rights complaints in the state of Iowa.
Civil Rights Training for Breakfast in the Classroom Teachers
This handout is designed to be used only by classroom teachers with responsibilities within the Breakfast in the Classroom program.
This brief handout provides a general overview of key Civil Rights concepts. This handout should NOT be used with staff with additional child nutrition program responsibilities.
NSLP Civil Rights Training Handout
This handout reinforces main concepts discussed in the Civil Rights training. This resource is designed to be used as a training companion piece with the NSLP Civil Rights presentation.
NSLP Civil Rights Quiz and Answer Key
This quiz with answer key reinforces main concepts discussed in the Civil Rights training. This resource is designed to be used as a training companion piece with the NSLP Civil Rights presentation.
NSLP Civil Rights Self-Assessment Checklist
This handout serves as a checklist for annual civil rights requirements. This resource is designed to be used by school programs to ensure compliance with civil rights regulations.
USDA Civil Rights Instructions