The School Nutrition Association of Wisconsin (SNA-WI) applauds Gov. Scott Walker for recognizing the hard work and commitment of school nutrition workers across the state. Gov. Walker has proclaimed May 6-10 School Nutrition Employee Week in Wisconsin.
Registration is now open for the 56th Annual State Conference & Industry Show this summer Join us for this to stay educated on current issues in school nutrition and network with your peers, and be a Pillar of Strength in the school nutrition community. Register before June 7 for the Early Bird rate!
National School Breakfast Week (March 4-8, 2013) is here! "Be a Star with School Breakfast" all week long. Click here to learn more about how to celebrate and campaign your school breakfast.
Today, USDA announced a one-year extension of the flexibility on meeting the weekly requirements for grains and meat/meat alternates through School Year 2013-2014.
National School Breakfast Week (March 4-8, 2013) is almost here, and “Be a Star with School Breakfast” is the perfect campaign to help you put the spotlight on your school breakfast program. SNA has many tools and resources available to help you get started. Click here for more information.
SNA-WI is extremely excited to invite all members to participate in the Association’s “Day at the Capitol” event on February 27, 2013. The event will provide members a unique opportunity to advocate for school nutrition funding and polices to help develop the full potential of Wisconsin K-12 students.
SNA's Annual National Conference is in Kansas City, the heart of the nation this year so tell us why you love school nutrition and be entered into a sweepstakes to win one of three (3) free ANC 2013 registrations!
Registration for the 2012-13 SNA-WI Spring Conference is now open. The conference will be help March 19 - 20, 2013 at the Country Springs Hotel in Waukesha. Mark your calendars and register today!
National School Breakfast Week (March 4-8, 2013) is getting closer everyday, and "Be a Star with School Breakfast" is the perfect campaign to help you put the spotlight on your school breakfast...
During USDA’s annual State Agency Meeting, hosted by SNA, USDA officials announced the release of new guidance which eliminates the weekly maximums for grains and proteins under the new meal pattern for the remainder of the 2012-13 school year. Calorie maximums for school...