The new school year is nearly here, and it’s a great time to be thinking through possible challenges and cultivating your skills. Whether you’re looking for fresh ideas on how to conquer potential hurdles or leadership training for yourself or your staff or safe ways to manage peanut allergies, SNA’s back-to-school webinars have what you need.

  1. Back to School: Directors’ Idea Exchange & Breakout Discussion
    3 p.m. ET Wednesday, July 27, 2022
    This session is intended for SN directors and supervisors to network, share ideas and best practices and think through challenges. Hosted on Zoom, this will be facilitated breakout discussions and NOT like a traditional webinar. SNA will provide a host facilitator, and YOU will provide the engagement with your peers. Share your ideas and insights with each other, learn something new, and help drive solutions and conversation forward. Please come and be a part of this idea exchange.
  2. Teach Me How to Cook! The Seven Skills of Fruitful Leadership
    3 p.m. ET Wednesday, August 17, 2022
    Do you desire to be the leader known for producing the tasty results everyone talks about and attempts to replicate? To do this, you must focus on the results you produce and not the title you possess.Leadership is the ability to educate, energize and empower an individual or group to live a dream. Leadership and cooking are very similar. Everyone has the ability to do it, but it is a skill that must be cultivated. In this interactive program, speaker Frank Kitchen will teach you the seven skills needed to create your very own leadership style that produces environments where people and dreams flourish.One CEU (Key Area 3000: Administration; Key Topic 3200: Program Management; Subtopic 3210:Leadership Principles) will be awarded for this webinar.
  3. Smooth Operator: How to safely serve peanut butter at your schools
    3 p.m. ET Wednesday, September 28,2022
    In this session, attendees will learn why peanut butter is one of the most useful foods schools can have on the menu during these increasingly difficult times because it is shelf-stable, affordable, and nutritious. Peanut allergy facts, including busting common myths, will be shared, followed by two case studies.  Attendees will also learn practical ways to address misperceptions about peanuts in schools and important keys for safe food allergy management.One CEU (Key Area 1000: Nutrition; Key Topic 1100: Special Diets, Including Food Allergies; Subtopic1160: Food Allergy) will be awarded for this webinar.

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