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Cast Your Vote in the 2013 SNA Election

It’s that time of year again—the time when you get to help decide who serves on SNA’s 2014-16 Board of Directors and Nominating Committee. Who will be the voice for your interests and concerns in the coming years? The decision is in your hands! To cast your vote, go to www.schoolnutrition.org/snaelection and click on “Vote Now.” It is critical that you participate in this annual voting process and have your voice heard. This responsibility is significant to the Association and to the overall future of school nutrition programs nationwide. For questions about the SNA Election, please contact the SNA Service Center at (800) 877-8822.


Government Shutdown

As the government shutdown continues, SNA encourages all of our members to reach out to their Members of Congress to urge them to pass a budget and reopen the government. SNA continues to monitor the situation and is reaching out to essential USDA staff as well as State Agencies to better understand any possible impact. However, the sooner the government is reopened, the better for all.

SNA Annual Membership Campaign

SNA is the voice of school nutrition. The larger our membership, the stronger our influence is on Capitol Hill, in the media and in the school communities we all support. Win a trip to the U.S. Virgin Islands or an ANC Registration...


Update on Food and Nutrition Service Operations: Child Nutrition Programs

School nutrition programs may be effected by the federal governments shutdown if congress doesn't act sooner rather than later. The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) and USDA will provide us with updates as time passes...


Annual State Conference in the News

The SNA-WI Annual State Conference was featured on WKTB, a La Crosse news station. Click to read the article, featuring a quote by Conference Chair Cheryl Peil and to watch the video.


It's National School Breakfast Week!

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.


USDA Announces One Year Extension of Flexibility for Grains and Proteins

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.

What's New in School Nutrition

News and Updates from the DPI School Nutrition Team and SNA-WI

Click here to visit the DPI website to read DPI Updates on "What's New in School Nutrition"

Click here to view the "What's New in School Nutrition" Archive

Current Articles

UW Health to ask about food insecurity, provide meals -June 8, 2017

Wis. district weighs implementation of relaxed meal standard-May 22, 2017

School Lunch Hero honored at Southern Bluffs-May 5, 2017

Wis. district to launch breakfast program in some schools - January 11, 2016

Free, reduced-price meals make a difference in Wis. district - December 2, 2016

Will in-class breakfasts boost participation in Wis. school district? - November 20, 2016