Learn about hot topics in school nutrition and earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) with SNA’s popular professional development webinars.

Webinar Wednesdays™ are held on Wednesdays at 2pm eastern and cover a host of school nutrition best practices, hot topics and provide concrete ideas to benefit your program. As an added benefit, you can earn CEUs for attending.

 Talk Tuesdays© are held on Tuesdays at 2pm eastern. These webinars are designed to help you take advantage of the many benefits of being a SNA member like new programs and services, member forums with SNA’s CEO and President, and new educational and promotional tools you can use to enhance your school nutrition program. 

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 Get the FAACTs about Food Allergies in Schools
2:00 pm ET on Wednesday, September 24
The truth is allergies don’t have to throw a wrench into your operation. The School Nutrition Association (SNA), in partnership with the National Peanut Board, is hosting a FREE webinar, titled “Get the FAACTs about Food Allergies in Schools. Webinar participants will learn the difference between the facts and myths of food allergies and learn allergy management strategies for their k-12 school meal program. Panelists include: Eleanor Garrow-Holding, President of the Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Connection Team (FAACT) and Gitta Grether-Sweeney, SN Director for Portland Public Schools. Participation in this webinar is worth 1 SNA CEU.


 From Zero to 60: Take a Test Drive of SNA’s Redesigned Website
2:00 pm ET on Tuesday, September 30
After more than a year in the making, SNA recently launched its redesigned website. This webinar is your chance to join SNA staff for a guided test drive of the improved user experience. Among the new, exciting features is a streamlined look and navigation that will boost user engagement and accelerate your search results. Also, learn how we’ve fine-tuned your mobile experience, too!
No CEUs are awarded for participating in this webinar.


 Resolving Unpaid Meal Charges
2:00pm ET on Wednesday, October 1
Many schools have accumulated 100’s of thousands of unpaid meal charge debt. As School Nutrition Professionals, you want students to receive healthy meals in the cafeteria every day; unfortunately, unpaid meal charge debt can threaten the quality of a school meal program. In this webinar, participants will learn practical methods for resolving this issue and hear real-world examples of how these methods were successfully used in schools around the country. Panelists include: Kenny Thompson, founder of Feed the Future Forward and Lunch Super Hero Fund; Donna Parsons, MS, RD, SNS, State Director of Child Nutrition Services with the Office for the Superintendent of Public Instruction; and Barbara Lloyd, RDN, SNS, CD, Food Service Director with Edmonds School District. Participation in this webinar is worth 1 SNA CEU.


 Welcome Webinar for New SNA Members
2:00 pm ET on Tuesday, October 7
Are you new to SNA or a current member interested in learning more about what your SNA membership has to offer? Please join SNA for a Welcome Webinar and learn about all of the great SNA membership benefits, as well as detailed information on: access to the latest trends and information in school nutrition; SNA scholarships and grants; Star Club program, My Account (formerly MySNA); SNA conferences, meetings and events; PR resources to help you market your program; STEPS Challenge – a personal wellness program; and much more! This webinar is geared towards new members but open to all SNA members.
No CEUs are awarded for participating in this webinar.

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