SN Express…Every Week, Directly to You
Welcome to the new and improved SN Express (formerly the biweekly SN Direct) newsletter! Developed in response to member feedback, this new weekly edition is positioned to be your primary digital news source, and therefore reduce the overall number of standalone reminder emails you receive from SNA. Stay tuned each week for the top news affecting the school nutrition profession, as well as information, opportunities and resources available to members from your national Association. Read More

SNA Releases 2017 Position Paper
SNA has released its 2017 Position Paper, calling on Congress to oppose school meal block grants and bolster school nutrition programs, which offer a vital source of nutrition for more than 30 million students each school day. Read More

Schools Celebrate National School Breakfast Week
This week, school cafeterias across the country are celebrating National School Breakfast Week (NSBW) by encouraging students to "Take the School Breakfast Challenge," and kick off their day with a nutritious school breakfast. Read More

SNA Announces 2017 Election Results
SNA members have spoken, casting their ballots in the annual election for the Association's top leadership positions. Read More

Let's Go to the Tape: SNA Releases Winter Update Video
SNA has released its first video update to showcase the many ways that the Association is working to serve its members. Introduced by SNA President Dr. Becky Domokos-Bays, SNS, the 2-minute video includes updates about the Association's busy 2016-17. Read More

Upcoming "Live" Day for SNA's 2017 Virtual Expo
Have you checked out SNA's Virtual Expo yet? This unique, online expo features 37 virtual exhibitors, as well as education and networking opportunities! Log in on March 9th, 11:00-3:00 pm, for a special live chat with booth representatives! Read More

How to Make Your Voice Heard at Your State Capitol
At SNA's 2017 Legislative Action Conference (LAC), plan to attend the Successful State Lobbying Strategies Breakout Session to learn key strategies to lobby your state legislators. Read More

What's in a Name? Barenaked Ladies to Perform at ANC 2017
What's in a name? Don't miss this opportunity to attend the Barenaked Ladies concert at SNA's upcoming Annual National Conferencefor an outstanding musical experience by a band whose name you will never forget! Read More

Can YOU Survive SNA's Spring Industry Boot Camp?
Industry representatives, enlist now in SNA's Spring Industry Boot Camp and find out if you can make the grade. Read More

The percentage of respondents stating that at least one school in their district is using the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP)
(Source: SNA’s 2016 Operations Report)
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Don't Miss SNA Webinars Scheduled for March and April
SNA's schedule of upcoming professional development webinars is heating up with new e-learning events. Register today! Read More

No Matter How Much Experience She Has, Lexi Edwards Still Finds SNA Certificate Valuable
Discover the rewards of SNA's Certificate Program by learning more about Lexi Edwards, a Level 1 Certified school nutrition professional in Lee Summit, Missouri. Read More

Attend ANC 2017 With a First-Timer Scholarship!
Attention district directors! Nominate an employee or manager-level staff member for SNA's ANC First-Timer Scholarship. Scholarships are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. Read More

Brighten Up Your Social Media
A new batch of spring "fun puns" are available for download, just in time for #NSBW17 and other spring holidays! Don't forget to share this content across all social media platforms. Read More

Register for SNA's Upcoming Webinar

Today: Best of #SNIC17

March 6-10, 2017
National School Breakfast Week

March 9, 2017
Virtual Expo "Live" Day

March 15, 2017
Webinar Wednesdays: Food Allergies

March 30, 2017
LAC Regular Rate Registration Deadline

April 2-4, 2017
Legislative Action Conference

April 3, 2017
SNF Celebration of School Nutrition Heroes

Read the Latest Issue
When kids won't come to the cafeteria, can you bring the cafeteria to them? Read the March 2017 issue of School Nutrition Magazine to learn more about creating points of service outside of the cafeteria.

California School District Opens WG-Focused Bread Kitchen, Tray Talk

Farm to Fork Showcase Puts a Spotlight on Vista High School Students, The Coast News Group

Little Spuds: Lincoln Middle School Students Learn About Wisconsin's Potato Industry, La Crosse (Wisc.) Tribune

Anonymous Donor Pays Off School Lunch Debt for Lawrence Township Students, WTTV-CBS Indianapolis

California Schools Cut Meat, Cheese from Lunches to Fight Global Warming, The Daily Caller

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