SNA Releases Latest Quarterly Report

2015-12-04

Now in the second year of its new Strategic Plan, SNA has released the first quarterly report demonstrating work toward its 2015-16 Annual Plan. Activities are organized around the four goals areas of the Strategic Plan: Professional Development, Advocacy and Public Image, Community and Infrastructure.

These reports demonstrate the many ways that SNA staff and volunteers are working toward SNA’s top priorities, including:

  • developing guidelines to assist in the creation of CEU content for school nutrition professionals.
  • developing Professional Development District Learning Plans to help SNA members meet Professional Standards annual training requirements.
  • creating and distributing a new infographic based on the results of the 2015 School Nutrition Trends Survey.
  • joining with the AASA-The School Superintendents Association to call for more funding for school nutrition programs and common-sense flexibility to be included in a strong 2015 CNR bill.
  • conducting a Board of Directors mega issue discussion on ethics in school nutrition programs.
  • convening a Procurement Task Force to begin the process of drafting a white paper on the state of procurement in school nutrition.
  • preparing additional SNA presentations to help Board members promote the national association during visits to state conferences.

For more details from the latest report, click here. These quarterly reports are published four times annually; the next report is expected to be released in February 2016.

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