SNA: Working for You!
SNA’s 2016-17 Annual Report provides a look back at highlights of the Association’s activities over the past 12 months. Read More

Bridging the Gap – Getting You to Where You Want to Be Professionally
SNA is launching a new Certificate Level in July 2018 as a “bridge” between current Level 1 and Level 2. Read More

See What Sizzled at ANC 2017: Check Out the Photos and Presentations Now
SNA’s Annual National Conference (ANC) might be over, but it’s certainly not forgotten! Check out the photos and presentations available online now from the “Hottest Event in School Nutrition.” Read More

USDA Releases Reimbursement Rates
USDA has released new reimbursement rates for the National School Lunch Program (NSLP), School Breakfast Program (SBP), Special Milk Program and Afterschool Care Programs. Read More

Share Your Thoughts: Comment on Regulatory Simplification
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced intentions to solicit direct and specific guidance from school nutrition professionals for the shaping of school meal policies. Now is your chance to do just that. Read More

Your Mid-Year Advocacy Update
2017 has been an action-packed year for school nutrition advocacy. Get the latest on SNA legislative activities from recent months. Read More

SNA PAC
The goals of SNA’s Political Action Committee (PAC) are to educate members of Congress about child nutrition programs and to thank the members who continue to support the programs year after year. Your donations to the PAC are vital in ensuring our voices are heard on Capitol Hill. Text PAC to 243725 to donate now! Read More

5,500
In Summer 2016, there were 5,500 SFSP program sponsors providing meal service at 48,000 sites across the United States.
(Source: USDA)
Learn more facts in SNA’s 2017 Little Big Fact Book

NSLW 2017 Tools & Resources
SNA’s free downloadable #NSLW17 tools are ready to be seasoned liberally with your own creative flair. Download them today and build a celebration full of unique flavors. Remember, NSLW is scheduled for October 9-13, 2017. Read More

Calling All Presenters for ANC 2018
The ANC 2018 Program Planning Committee invites you to share your expertise with the school nutrition community by submitting a proposal to present. Read More

Register for Fall Industry Boot Camp
Designed specifically for industry representatives, SNA’s Industry Boot Camp is a dynamic educational seminar that provides a thorough overview of today’s school nutrition marketplace. The fall meeting is scheduled for November 8-9, 2017. Read More

School Nutrition Dietetic Professionals Achieve CPEUs for Passing SNS
Commission on Dietetic Registration approves CPEUs for RDs and DTRs passing SNA’s School Nutrition Specialist (SNS) credentialing exam. Read More

SNA Food Allergy Resource Center
Food allergies are on the rise, especially among children. Check out our new resources for creating a safer and more socially comfortable environment for students with food allergies. Read More

Lessons Learned from JCN&M Study Could Benefit Future Farm Stand Studies
A study in The Journal of Child Nutrition & Management shows how a farm stand can have a positive influence on students’ purchases and consumption of produce. Read More




SNA Webinars On-Demand

September 29, 2017
ANC 2018 Call for Proposals Deadline

September 30, 2017
SNA 2018 Election Call for Nominations Deadline

October 9-13, 2017
National School Lunch Week

November 8-9, 2017
Fall Industry Boot Camp

January 21-23, 2018
School Nutrition Industry Conference

March 4-6, 2018
Legislative Action Conference

2017 Editorial Calendar
Would you like a preview of the articles you can expect to find in SN in the coming months? View the 2017 Editorial Calendar.

Altus Public Schools BOE Approved Free Breakfast and Lunches for Children, The Altus Times

Painesville Schools Mobile Summer Lunch Program Hailed a Success, The News-Herald

Want Free Meals for Your Clay County Student? Here’s How to Do It, News4JAX

Graham Crackers & Milk: DPS’s “Healthy” Alternative for Kids with Lunch Debt, Westword

FDA Asked to Weigh in on Soy Milk Debate, Feedstuffs

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