February 22, 2013 – The School Nutrition Foundation (SNF) wants to make sure you are aware of the exciting upcoming opportunities with Webinar Wednesdays! Please take note that each webinar is FREE and they are held on Wednesdays from 2:00-3:15 pm EST (1:00 pm Central, 12:00 pm Mountain, 11:00 am Pacific).
UPCOMING FEBRUARY WEBINARFebruary 27 - Bring on Breakfast - News You Can Use for the Success of Your Breakfast ProgramLearn how to successfully increase your school nutrition program’s breakfast participation and, in turn, capitalize on the nutritional and academic gains associated with a morning meal. Participants will have the opportunity to hear from a panel of their peers who have implemented and are successfully running school breakfast programs in their districts.To register, click here.
UPCOMING MARCH WEBINARSMarch 13 - SNA’s STEPS Challenge: A Simple Approach to Health & WellnessEmbracing a healthier lifestyle can be easier than you think. The STEPS Challenge is all about finding simple solutions to live a healthier, well-balanced life. Participants will hear STEPS success stories from fellow SNA members, and will receive exercise and wellness tips from a health expert. Get motivated, informed and inspired to make healthy lifestyle changes today!To register, click here.
March 20 - Partner Up for PR Success with Chefs Move to SchoolsParticipating in Chefs Move to Schools is a great way to engage students, get media attention for your program, and spread the word that school meals are healthy. Before you begin your journey working together on this partnership you may have a few questions: How do you get started? What’s required on a school’s part? How can a chef contribute to a school nutrition program? Participants will hear from both chefs and school nutrition directors that have successfully implemented a chef partnership in their district and used it to support PR and marketing efforts.To register, click here.
For more information about SNF’s Webinars Wednesdays, visit www.schoolnutrition.org/webinars.
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