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SNA leaders speak out about the importance of attending ANC

Overall participation in both the National School Lunch Program and the School Breakfast Program has increased in a majority of districts for the 2008-2009, according to SNA’s Report, Saved by the Lunch Bell: As Economy Sinks, School Nutrition Program Participation Rises ,December 2008. This increase is a result of more children qualifying for free and reduced lunches and breakfasts, due to the economic downturn.

During these economically troubled times, it is more important than ever to help school nutrition professionals plan, budget and face today’s challenges. At ANC in Las Vegas, a special financial track was designed for SNA members to gain knowledge and concrete ideas to help boost the bottom line. Highlights include:

- Make your program solvent through P&L tracking

- Idiot’s Guide to Financial Survival

- Data-Based Decision Making

ANC offers the highest-quality education sessions, training and the ability to learn from peers who experience the day to day demands all programs encounter. Make the most of this year’s conference by creating a schedule of education sessions unique to your needs and interests. Watch now to learn why SNA President-Elect Dora Rivas, SNA Vice President Nancy Rice and SNA Past President Shirley Watkins believe attending ANC is more important than ever.

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Nancy Rice
Shirley Watkins
Dora Rivas
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