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Winners of NSBW Art Contest Announced!

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SNA received more than 750 entries in the National School Breakfast Week 2014 Art Contest. Three national winners have been selected by a panel of judges:

  • Desiree Sinohui, grade 5, California
  • Rachelle Lariba, grade 8, Hawaii
  • Kalina Wong, grade 6, Washington

The art contest asked students to draw a picture of how they image school breakfast will look in the future – year 3014.

These three winners have all won a prize pack that includes goodies and art supplies – as well as an official time capsule, so they can capture and preserve a memory of life in 2014!

The winning entries are pictured below. Thank you to all who entered the contest!

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Kalina Wong Entry

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Desiree Sinohui Entry

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Rachelle Lariba Entry

SNA Joins Congressman Aderholt to Continue Discussion on Strengthening School Meal Programs

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April 17, 2014 -- Yesterday SNA participated with Congressman Robert Aderholt (R-AL) in school site visits to share in discussions with local nutrition program operators, school administrators and students in an effort to continue support for strengthening school meal programs.

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Congressman Aderholt, Chairman of the Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration and Related Agencies for the House Appropriations Committee, has been advocating the importance and urgency of ensuring school nutrition programs are able to implement nutrition requirements in a sustainable manner.

SNA president Leah Schmidt, SNS, joined Congressman Aderholt in West Point School, Cullman, AL, to provide insight on national challenges and successes in school meal programs and hear from local students and school meal professionals.

"SNA looks forward to working further with Congressman Aderholt to continue to prioritize the long-term viability and strength of school meal programs in providing healthy, appealing options for students," said Schmidt.

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During the school visit, Congressman Aderholt participated in a forum with school professionals, joined West Point High School juniors and their teachers for a library round-table discussion and toured the cafeteria before eating lunch with elementary students. The Congressman stressed the importance for stakeholders and supporters of school meal programs to contact USDA to urge their support on these issues.

Click here for a press release from Congressman Aderholt’s office.

School Lunch Hero Day – It’s about You!

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May 2, 2014 is School Lunch Hero Day! Will you be celebrating with your school nutrition staff, co-workers, and friends?

Visit www.schoolnutrition.org/heroday for tools, ideas and fun:

Whether your planned celebration is simple or sensational – be sure to recognize School Lunch Hero Day by showing your appreciation for staff, co-workers and friends! Visit www.schoolnutrition.org/heroday to learn more.

ANC 2014 Sweepstakes – Last Chance to Enter!

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ANC Boston is around the corner - want to win a complimentary registration to attend?

Just tell us how you’ve made history in your district! What are you most proud of? What have you accomplished?

Maybe you increased breakfast participation, achieved SNA certification, or introduced new salad bars to your cafeterias. Consider how you’ve “made history” – and then tell us about it!

To enter to win, click here. The sweepstakes closes on April 30, 2014 so be sure to enter soon!

Sweepstakes void where prohibited or restricted by law. For details and official rules, visit www.schoolnutrition.org/ancsweeps.


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