Volume 30, Issue 2, Fall 2006

The Journal of Child Nutrition & Management

A Publication of the School Nutrition Association


Table of Contents

Volume 30, Issue 2, Fall 2006

Editor’s Note
Reviewer Recognition

CURRENT ISSUES

Resources for the Development of Emergency Preparedness Plans in School Foodservice
Cyndie Story, MS, RD

RESEARCH IN ACTION

Perceptions of North Carolina Child Nutrition Directors Regarding the Role of Child Nutrition Programs in Childhood Overweight
Joan Giampaoli, PhD, RD; Susan Fisher, PhD, RD; Rebecca Houseal; and Lei Gao, MS

Use of Stakeholder Theory to Examine Groups Salient in Decisions Related to a la Carte Offerings
Claudia Probart, PhD, RD; Heather Snow-Telfer, MS; and Elaine McDonnell, MS, RD, LDN

A "Small-Changes" Approach to Improving the Nutritional Quality of School Menu Items
Nanette Stroebele, PhD; Rick L. Barz; Donna Whittrock; Leo Lesh; and James O. Hill, PhD

Recess Placement Prior to Lunch in Elementary Schools: What Are the Barriers?
Alice Jo Rainville, PhD, RD, CHE, SFNS; Kay N. Wolf, PhD, RD; and Deborah H. Carr, PhD, RD

Perceptions, Practices, and Perceived Barriers Associated with School Professionals Serving the Nutritional Needs of Pre-Kindergarten Children in the Public School Setting
Mary Frances Nettles, PhD, RD; Deborah H. Carr, PhD, RD; and James T. Johnson, PhD

Summer Foodservice Program Sponsors’ Perceived Benefits and Barriers Related to Participation in the Program
Elaine Fontenot Molaison, PhD, RD; and Deborah H. Carr, PhD, RD

CURRENT RESOURCES

2006 Child Nutrition Showcase Abstracts

NFSMI RESEARCH UPDATE

Summary of Research
Deborah Carr, PhD, RD

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