Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 605 in Riga in 2008 (28 July. No 53) order in which calculations, allocated, and used the State budget funds for basic education institutions student nutrition Issued under the Child Protection Act, article 61, paragraph 7, of the rules provides: 1 1.1. procedures for calculation and authorities granted by the State budget funds in the primary education institutions catering for students (national budget);
1.2. the procedures used for the State budget;
1.3. national budget resources for one student per day. 2. These provisions do not apply to institutions of basic education, which the State budget funding allocated to the students ' nutrition in accordance with other laws and regulations. 3. the national budget funds-0.80 LVL per day per pupil – grant municipalities the authority of basic education students ' nutrition for the municipal territory of institutions in which the students acquire the basic education program, regardless of the status of an educational institution. If primary education institutions students catering costs above that amount, the national budget funds are used to purchase food. 4. the local government that granted the State budget funds, provides primary education institutions student meals according to the rules of annex 1 to the requirements laid down in one day's lunch menu. 5. Child and Family Affairs (hereinafter referred to as the Ministry) during the school year each month until the twenty fifth day of transfer for each municipality State budget funds for next month to the account of the Treasury. January the State budget provided funds to the Ministry each municipality transferred to 5 January. 6. the primary authority in the municipality concerned submitted electronically: 6.1 national budget request – up to 20 May current year (annex 2, table 2);
6.2. the adjusted State budget feature request – 20 September (annex 2, table 2);
6.3. data on number of students changes when the number of pupils has changed, which is consumed in the country catering budget, – each month to the fifth day of the previous month (annex table 2). 7. The municipality, with the State budget, submitted electronically in Ministry: 7.1. State budget funds requested for the current year, up to 31 May (annex 2, table 1);
7.2. clarify State budget request for the current year, up to 30 September (annex 2, table 1);
7.3. data on number of students changes when the number of pupils has changed, which is consumed in the country catering budget, the school year each month to the 15th day of the preceding month (annex table 1). 8. the primary authority twice a year in the municipality concerned shall submit the report electronically on State budget funds (annex 4 table 2 and 3): 8.1 and 25 January – for the period from 1 September to 31 December;
8.2. to June 20 – for the period from 1 January to 31 May. 9. The municipality, with the State budget, twice a year, the Ministry submitted a report electronically on State budget funds (annex 4, table 1): 9.1 to 10 February – for the period from 1 September to 31 December;
9.2. to 30 June, for the period from 1 January to 31 May. 10. Ministry of an established national budget resources for one student per day, calculate the amount of funds the State budget for each municipality, based on the Municipal Government submitted feature request (annex 2) and data on changes in the number of pupils (annex 3). 11. Food quality monitors the food and veterinary service. 12. the national budget spent, legality and usefulness of national control law in the control of the official controls, and financial performance, as well as examining the business and complying with regulations and planned results. 13. By September 1, 2008 the State budget funds allocated to local authorities of the institutions of basic education class 1 student catering. Other classes of institutions of basic education school catering for the national budget funds are allocated, if the law on the State budget for the current year is for the State budget for this purpose. 14. in the territory of Riga, the existing institutions of basic education, which is not subordinated to the Riga municipality, 1. class catering of students 2008/2009 school year State budget request, specified State budget request, data on changes in the number of pupils and report on the State of the budget spending submitted electronically in the Ministry. 1. The Ministry of nutrition for students of class 2008/2009 school year in the State budget for each area of Riga, the existing body of basic education, which is not subordinated to the Riga municipality, each month until the twenty-fifth day is transferred to the next month to the account of the Treasury. State budget funds by January 2009 the Ministry transferred to 5 January 2009. 15. the primary authority and local government funds requested, data on the number of students changes and report about the national budget funds shall be submitted electronically via the electronic student food tracking system, which is managed by the Ministry. 16. for the 2008/2009 school year elementary education authority and local government funds requested, data on the number of students, the review of the State budget funds shall be submitted in paper form and electronically, using the electronic student catering inventory system, which is managed by the Ministry. If elementary education authority or authorities shall submit to the State budget requests and information about the changes in the number of pupils in the electronic document signed with a secure electronic signature, the State budget request, data on changes in the number of pupils and report on State budget utilization in paper form is not submitted. 17. the rules shall enter into force on august 5, 2008. Prime Minister Godmanis. Child and Family Affairs Minister a. Baštik of annex 1 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 28 July 2008. Regulations No 605 requirements one day lunch menu lunch menu 1 includes:
1.1. foods rich in complex carbs for (for example, rupjmaiz or whole wheat bread, boiled potatoes or potato puree, cooked buckwheat, semolina, rice, or pasta). Do not use deep-fried potatoes (fries);
1.2. at least 100 g (net) vegetables (of which 50 g-fresh) and 50 g (net) fruit, preferably fresh (e.g., vegetable salad, fresh fruit, vegetable soup, compote);
1.3. at least 70 g (net) protein-rich foods such as lean meat, poultry, fish, eggs, legumes, beans. Do not use meat and fish products, such as sausages, sausages, canned meat and fish, dried, smoked, salted meat and fish products;
1.4. milk or milk or cultured URproduktus.* 2. preparation of the salad used vegetable oil or cream.
3. As the food additive does not use mayonnaise and ketchup.
4. do not use cooking or overheated repeatedly heated oils.
5. Reduce the salt content to be added to food, replacing it with herbs and spices. Add salt to the finished product does not exceed 1 g per 100 g of product.
Note the. This criterion is not bound by the education authorities, which are engaged in a programme of support for the supply of milk products to the learner's general educational institutions. The children and Family Affairs Minister a. Baštik in annex 2 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 28 July 2008.-Regulation No. 605 of children and Family Affairs Minister a. Baštik in annex 3 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 28 July 2008.-Regulation No. 605 of children and Family Affairs Minister a. Baštik in annex 4 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 28 July 2008.-Regulation No. 605 of children and Family Affairs Minister a. Baštik in