Error Codes 148-155

Error 148

License Does Not Allow Reimbursement of Private (Not for Pay) Children

At least one license exists in Georgia that does not allow children with a Pay Source of Private (Not for Pay) to participate in the Food Program. This error is generated when one of these children is claimed by a provider on that licenses. It disallows the affected children.

Error 149

Provider was Over Capacity for Non-Related Children

In some states, children who are not related to the provider are subject to a capacity different than that of all children, including the provider's own children. This error is generated when the provdier is over capacity because of non-related children.

Error 150

Monitor Noted Children Present that were Not Noted by Provider

This error was generated if a meal was reviewed during the month, and the Monitor saw children that the provider idd not mark in attendance. This error is always a warning. Consult the Provider Reviews Meal tab for the appropriate review. 

Note: This error cannot be generated unless child attendance is marked with the review in the Minute Menu HX database.

Error 151

Provider Recorded Children in Attendance Not Seen by Monitor

This error is generated if a meal was reviewed during the month, and the provider marked children in attendance that were not marked as observed by a Monitor. It can be a warning or a disallowance. Consult the Provider Reviews Meal tab for the appropriate review.

Note: This error cannot be generated unless child attendance is marked with the review in the Minute Menu HX database.

Error 152

Helpers Children Must be Income Eligible to be Claimed

Helpers' children must be Tier 1 Income Eligible to be marked in attendance in Minnesota (and some other states). Minute Menu HX can be configured to check for this for any sponsor. If this check is enabled, any helper's child who is not marked with valid Tier 1 Income Eligibility information in the Child Information Rules tab is disallowed.

Error 153

Neither C nor LC License is in Effect for the Date, Day of Week, and Meal

The Wisconsin LC license check allows two distinct sets of meal approval and day-of-week approval schedules to be in effect for any given provider. Those distinct sets must be checked.

Record alternate meal and day-of-week approval schedules in the Provider Information Meals tab. These apply to the C check.

Record regular meal and day-of-week schedules apply to the L check. 

This error is generated when neither indicate that the provider is approved for a meal or day-of-week being claimed.

Error 154

The Migrant Child is Over 15 Years of Age

This error is generated when a migrant worker's child is claimed after the child turns 16. This always results in a disallowance.

Error 155

Children were Not Claimed but Should Have Been Based Upon Their Enrollment or Daily In/Out Time Information. Those Children are Listed Here for Information Purposes Only

This error can be generated if you have chosen to process capacity two times for each meal claimed. It is a warning message only. The first check is the normal capacity check. A second capacity check can be performed with Minute Menu HX. 

This second check assumes that children are in attendance, even if they aren't claimed at this specific meal serving, if they were claimed at other meals or servings for split shifts that day and their enrollment form data indicates that they should have been claimed at this meal.

Normally, if this second capacity check is done, you are given certain over capacity messages related to the second capacity check in the even that adding this extra children back would result in an over-capacity situation. 

This warning message also generates a list of all children that were added back to the meal—even if doing so doesn't result in over-capacity. As a result, this error is usually only enabled to assist in analyzing very specific over-capacity situations.