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PRPS Webinar: Operating a Summer Food Service Programs (SFSP)

Thursday, May 25
1 – 2 pm
Fee: $30 Member/$40 Non-Member
.1 CEU

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The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) ensures that low-income children continue to receive nutritious meals when school is not in session. This summer, USDA plans to serve more than 200 million free meals to children 18 years and under at approved SFSP sites. Dianne Dabulis will provide an overview of the Summer Food Service Program including operational and site requirements, and the benefits it can bring to your community. Heather Boyer from Reading Recreation Commission and Pamela Gallagher from North Penn School District will share how they were able to incorporate the Summer Food Service Program successfully in their communities.

 

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Get Outdoors PA:

The following webinars were presented free of charge to existing and potential Get Outdoors PA Community Partners. The webinars feature a variety of topics related to outdoor recreation programming. Feel free to download the presentation slides and/or access recordings of the live presentations. The webinars were funded by the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. Visit the Get Outdoors PA website to learn more about the program.

National Get Outdoors Day Programs:   Slides, Recording
Bike Programming: Teaching the Simple Pleasures of a Ride:     Slides, Recording
 Winter Outdoor Programs: Implementing Best Practices:     Slides, Recording
Using Social Media to Promote Your Outdoor Recreation Programs:     Slides, Recording
Inclusive and Adaptive Outdoor Recreation Programs:     Slides, Recording
Best Practices for Outdoor Recreation Programs:     Slides
Humans Were Never Meant to Hibernate: Winter Outdoor Programs     Slides

We're Get Outdoors PA Partners, now what?     Slides

Discover the Hidden Benefits of Get Outdoors PA     Slides

Pennsylvania Recreation and Park Society:

The following webinars were presented in 2016. The webinar recordings are available for purchase.

Developing a Park Facility Inspection Model

    Date Presented: January 14, 2016

    Description: Representatives from the Philadelphia Parks and Recreation Department discuss the

    formation of their Operational Standards Unit, which oversees the inspection of facilities and parkland     within the 11,000 acres of the Philadelphia Parks and Recreation system. This presentation includes        the program’s history, process for the development of standards and inspection sheets, auditing, and     the successes and challenges of the first two years. The speakers also detail their plans for            

    programmatic expansion over the next two years to show how past practices, continued research and     departmental needs inform the future of their inspection model. This webinar has great information   

    for parks and recreation operations management and staff and anyone from the public or private   

    sector specializing in crafting park management operations policy and best practices.

    Cost: $10.00, click here to purchase

PA Child Protective Services Law-Park and Recreaction Aspects

    Date Presented: March 30, 2016

    Description: This webinar updates park and recreation service providers who deliver services to

    minors on compliance obligations under the Pa. Child Protective Services Law. The speaker reviews

    the interactions with minors that would potentially trigger compliance provisions and discusses

    employer obligations with respect to employee/volunteer vetting and reporting of suspected child

    abuse.

    Cost: $10.00, click here to purchase

   
   

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