Breakfast in the Classroom Stakeholder Engagement: How to Win Friends and Influence People

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

SNA held a webinar about starting a Breakfast in the Classroom (BIC) program in your school or district. This webinar will help you identify the people that will be affected by and will affect a BIC program. Learn ways to develop your persuasive talking points to win friends and influence people to support a sustainable BIC program. Hear from your peers that have worked with principals, teachers, parents, and custodial staff to foster a positive environment for a successful implementation.

Learning Objectives:

At the conclusion of the webinar, the participants will be able to:

  1. Identify the key stakeholders in your school/district that will be affected and can affect your BIC program
  2. Develop sound talking points and persuasive positions about why the stakeholders should support BIC
  3. Access existing tools available to support your BIC program

1 CEU will be available to SNA members.

Speakers:

Hitesh Haria
Chief Operating Officer
Oakland Unified SD
Oakland, CA

Dr. Cat Timmerman
1st Grade Teacher, Shelby
Traditional Academy
Louisville, KY

Betsy Kinkade
Principal
Mathias Elementary
Rogers, AR

Earning CEUS

CEUs: 1.00
(4000) Communications & Marketing
(4150) Communication Skills

Please Note: This webinar aired before SNA implemented a mandatory quiz component and does not require the completion a quiz. Due to the absence of the quiz component, please follow the steps below to obtain 1 SNA CEU:

  • Download and view the webinar from the Resources menu below.
  • Download and review the PowerPoint slides used in webinar.
  • After watching the webinar in its entirety, print your CEU certificate by clicking here and save for your records.

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