Read the May 2016 Issue of School Nutrition Magazine

2016-05-11

Read the May 2016 Issue of School Nutrition magazine

From a “sippable” salad recipe to an open-access online template to create your own food allergy action plan, School Nutrition magazine is always your best source for ideas that operators working on the front lines can use right now. There’s something for everyone in the May 2016 issue.

  • Relax! There’s Nothing to Fear. Thoughtful preparation and a change of perspective can make the Administrative Review process one you embrace, rather than dread.
    BONUS WEB CONTENT: Three state agency directors share perspectives on the changing roles and requirements for their staff and the partnerships with local schools.
  • The Great State Search. Challenge yourself to a state agency scavenger hunt, finding dozens of tools you can really use from your state, as well as the other 49!
    BONUS WEB CONTENT: We covered resources for 30 states in the print edition. Be sure to check online for great “treasures” discovered from New Mexico through to Wyoming.
  • Expect the Unexpected Serving familiar foods in unfamiliar forms—or vice versa—can surprise and delight students.

Also in this issue: Be sure to check out our annual recap of highlights from SNA’s Legislative Action Conference, including the School Nutrition Foundation’s third annual Celebration of School Nutrition Heroes. Plus, get a chance to meet Donna Martin, the first school nutrition professional elected to serve as president of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and one of this month’s “In Profile” subjects.

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