A Withdrawn Child is Claimed Prior to the Date of Withdrawal, but the Child was Never Activated Before Being Withdrawn
This error is generated when a withdrawn child who was never activated is claimed prior to the withdrawal date. For example, a center enrolls a child and the sponsor never activates the child. The center begins claiming the pending child, but the child withdraws from care a few days later. So, the center withdraws the pending child and designates a withdrawal date as the last date the child was in care. When the center submits their claim, the child is claimed prior to the withdrawal date, but was never activated.
If you've received a valid enrollment for for the child and want to activate them, use the Activate New Children function to do so. Ensure you check the Include Withdrawn Children Who Were Never Activated box.
Menu Notes/Comments Have Been Supplied
This warning is generated if infant/non-infant special notes are added to Record Menus. This is to advise you to look at the notes. This warning is not generated if Policy M.05 is set to Y. To review menu notes, click the Reports menu, select Menus, and click Menu Notes Report.
Milk Audit Resulted in Milk Shortage
This error is generated in the event that Milk Audit edit checks are set to warn or disallow via Policy M.06, and milk audit disallowances are set to be applied using a monthly percentage and not to specific meals via Policy M.06f. It notes a shortage and a the number of meals disallowed as a result. For more information about the milk audit, see Milk Audit.
For-Profit Center Does not Have at Least 25% Free or Reduced (At-Risk Still Allowed)
This is a variation of Error 53. This variation occurs if a dual child care center + At-Risk facility is prevented from filling the child care center claim only.
Review Checked for Over Capacity
This error is generated on the claim if you checked the Over Capacity box in the Meals tab when editing a review.
Infant Served Whose Parent Refuses Food
n most cases, infants can be reimbursed regardless of whether the parent brings food or not. This is because the labor involved with providing breast milk to infants is such that USDA policy reimburses the meals. However, Policy D.27 allows you to configure Minute Menu CX to disallow reimbursement for any infant for whom the parent refused the food offered by the center. You can apply this to an infant of any age or to infants that are 8-11 months old, since younger infants only require breast milk or formula.
A Pending Child was Claimed—No Signed Enrollment is on File—But the Child has an F/R/P Application
This error is generated if a Pending child who does not have a FRP reimbursement level set is claimed, but only if Policy F.5b is set to including Pending children in the rate for the claim (as Paid).
Note: The error behavior seems to be the opposite of error language. Contact Minute Menu CX support if you receive this error.
This error is exactly like Error 92, except it applies to children who were withdrawn and never activated.
A Child has Neither an Enrollment Form nor an F/R/P Application on File
This error is generated if a child is Pending and the child does not have an FRP reimbursement level set, but only if Policy F.4 is set to B (Both — No App & No Enrollment).
Food was Claimed on a Date that Fell After the Food's Effective End Date
This error is generated when foods are claimed after their effective End dates. These foods are automatically disallowed. For more information about managing your foods, see Food Tool.
Food was Claimed on a Date that Fell Before the Food's Effective Start Date
This error is generated when foods are claimed before their effective start date. These foods are disallowed. For more information about managing your foods, see Food Tool.
At Least 1 Serving of Bread/Alternate Per Day Must be Whole Grain-Rich
This error is generated if none of the bread/alternate servings for a given day were marked as whole grain-rich. The meal pattern requires that at least one serving of bread/alternate must be whole grain-rich. Policy E.3 determines whether this error is generated as a warning or a disallowance. The meal with the lowest reimbursement will be the meal with an error. For example, a snack will be found in error before meals, and breakfasts will be found in error before lunches and dinners. Only those meals and snacks that included a bread/alternate are included.
A Particular Type of Food was Served too Often. Consider Other Foods for a Better Variety
This error is generated if food served violates a food rule you have set up. Each of your food rules can be set to warn or disallow. For more information about managing food rules, see Food Rules.
An Insufficient Combination of Foods were Served at the Given Meal(s)
This error is generated if food served violates a food combination rule you have set up. Each of your food rules can be set to warn or disallow. For more information about managing food rules, see Food Rules.