About SNA-WI

The School Nutrition Association (SNA) is a national, nonprofit professional organization representing nearly 55,000 members who provide high-quality, low-cost meals to students across the country. The Wisconsin Chapter of SNA (SNA-WI) has over 1,150 members, over half of which are certified, and another 30 have achieved their SNS Credential (School Nutrition Specialist).

In conjunction with the national office and valuable industry support, SNA-WI has been working to advance the availability, quality and acceptance of school nutrition programs as an integral part of education. The organization is in constant contact with Congressmen, Senators and Representatives to influence important nutrition legislation. Meaningful achievement awards have been created at the state and national level to recognize professionalism in the industry, and to help members offset expenses to attend state-wide and national events.

SNA-WI strives to be the recognized school food service resource for child nutrition information in the State of Wisconsin by providing opportunities for professional growth and development for school food service personnel. This is accomplished by encouraging members to participate in the many education events offered by SNA-WI, regional and local Chapter events, affiliated organizations such as the Department of Public Instruction, Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board, Dairy Council, Hunger Task Force and many others.

Mission

We advocate quality nutrition to children through education and support for our members.
 

Vision

Our communities embrace the role of nutrition in developing the full potential of all children.


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