School Nutrition Association continues to educate parents about healthy school meals. As part of SNA’s Back-to-School outreach campaign, SNA created this full-page ad which appears in Kiwi magazine’s Back-to-School issue, on newsstands now. Kiwi is a family magazine sold at Whole Foods, Barnes & Noble and other retailers. Digital subscriptions are available online at http://www.kiwimagonline.com/2013/08/augustseptember/.
The ad features photos from school cafeterias in Jefferson County Public Schools, KY, Provo City School District, UT and Saint Paul Public Schools, MN. Healthy, delicious foods like these can be found in any school district, so SNA encourages members to download the ad to share with parents in your school district!
This fall, as part of National School Lunch Week, SNA is working with Kiwi to promote National Take Your Parents to Lunch Day – another great opportunity to educate parents about the healthy meals you serve. Click on this link for handy resources to launch your own National Take Your Parents to Lunch Day event.
August 15, 2013 – A new online resource designed to help students choose healthier foods launched today. Free research-based information and tools are available to help school nutrition directors and their teams, school administrators, teachers and parents encourage kids to choose and eat healthier foods in school cafeterias, without a negative impact on the cafeteria’s revenue. In addition, through the Ask an Expert feature anyone can pose specific questions that will be answered by an expert within 48 hours.
Healthy Food Choices in Schools is part of America's Research-based Learning Network, a learning environment delivering sound, science-based information. To access the Healthy Food Choices in Schools resource, click here. No registration is necessary to use this information but joining as a member to share your expertise is welcome.
“What kids eat in schools is a topic that has gotten a lot of attention recently, particularly in regard to helping kids eat more healthfully at lunch time. The Healthy Food Choices in Schools Community of Practice provides a unique and positive environment to encourage and support schools and food service professionals who are working to create and support healthy change among their students,” says Brian Wansink, Professor of Marketing at Cornell University, author of Mindless Eating and leader of the new resource area.
The Community of Practice is made possible by the support and research of the Center for Behavioral Economics in Child Nutrition Programs at Cornell University headed by Brian Wansink, PhD, and David Just, PhD, and the collaboration of its membership. Members are volunteers who contribute their research findings and expertise and come from various academic, governmental and non-governmental institutions nationwide.
You Asked, We ListenedIn our effort to continuously improve and bring more clarity to our School District Owned Membership (SDM) program, SNA’s membership team is excited to share the following updates:
For more information about the benefits of School District Owned Membership or for information on signing up visit www.schoolnutrition.org/sdm or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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