Minnesota School Nutrition Association
The purpose of the Minnesota School Nutrition Association is to provide our members opportunities for professional development and to build relationships that make a difference in the lives of children.
With over 2,700 state members and industry partners, the professionals of the Minnesota School Nutrition Association are working hard to help children by advancing school nutrition programs. Together, we can make a difference - in our communities, our state and nation.
Posted on 10. Dec, 2014 by msna.
SNA Press Release: December 10, 2014, Congress released the full text of the Fiscal Year 2015 Omnibus Appropriations Bill. SNA was pleased to see several of our key issues addressed in the language that will provide schools greater flexibility to plan healthy school meals that students will eat. Congress is expected to vote on the [...]
December 2, 2014 is a special day – Giving Tuesday – We have Black Friday and Cyber Monday which focus on consumerism, now we have Giving Tuesday to celebrate the power of supporting others. Giving Tuesday is a global effort and non-profits are marking the day in many ways. We are asking others to join us in support [...]
The results from the SNA election were announced and MSNA is so excited and proud to announce that Kathy Burrill, SNS, Chisago Lakes ISD is the new SNA Education Committee Chair! SNA along with MSNA also welcomes Roxanne Knops as the new SN Employee/Manager Representative on the SNA Board. Roxi works in the White Bear [...]
Posted on 04. Nov, 2014 by msna.
The Minnesota School Nutrition Association (MSNA) is accepting proposals for educational sessions at the 2015 annual conference, August 2-5, 2015 at the St. Cloud Convention Center. Session Information MSNA is seeking proposals that address one of the School Nutrition Association’s four Key Areas of Excellence in School Nutrition Programs, including Operations, Nutrition, Administration and Communications [...]
Posted on 31. Oct, 2014 by msna.
By KIM HYATT email@example.com OWATONNA — Students at Owatonna Junior High School had several special guests at lunch on Wednesday. “We have a lot of agriculture in the area obviously. So why not utilize it? It’s a win-win for everybody,” said Representative John Petersburg as he was eating lunch at OJHS to celebrate Farm to School Month. [...]