SNA Member Stories: Meal Pattern Implementation Successes and Struggles

Collecting the stories of SNA members is a critical component of our grassroots efforts. Knowing the successes and struggles not only helps shape our positions and arguments, but also helps illustrate our issues to Members of Congress. Please take a few moments to share some of your personal stories on implementing all elements of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, including NSLP, SBP and Smart Snacks. We want to know the complete picture—where you might have faced an issue, a creative solution, or where you still might need more time or assistance. Please indicate if we can share your story with Members of Congress or the media, otherwise all information will be used internally at SNA.

Name:  
Email:   
Address:   
City:  
State:  
Zip:  
School District:  
May we share your story with your Member of Congress and/or the Media?
  1. Yes
  2. No
        
Success/Issues with Lunch Implementation:
 
Success/Issues with Breakfast Implementation:
 
Success/Issues with Smart Snacks Implementation:
 
Are you interested in learning more about hosting a cafeteria site visit with your Member of Congress? If so, how can SNA Headquarters best assist you in addition to our Cafeteria Site Visit Guide?:

Other concerns or comments?:
 

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