USDA Publishes New Reimbursement Rates
USDA published reimbursement rates for NSLP, SBP, CACFP and the Donated Foods Value for SY2020-21. Read More
 
Plan for Plenty of FUN with SNA’s 2020-21 Promotional Calendar!
This updated promotional calendar is jam packed with exciting events for your school nutrition program. Read More

NEW! Innovative Solutions Showcase
Wondering how you will determine what new products, service, or pieces of equipment you will need for the upcoming school year without the benefit of visiting the ANC Exhibit Hall? SNA has you covered! The new Innovative Solutions Showcase allows industry representatives to present their newest solutions directly to you. Learn More
SNF Launches New Operations & Equipment Guide
The School Nutrition Foundation and Partners for Breakfast in the Classroom are pleased to announce a new guide perfect for back-to-school planning scenarios. Read More
 
Back to School Webinar Series
This is a complex time and SNA’s Back to School Webinar Series is here help you navigate feeding students with virtual and hybrid academic schedules, social distancing requirements and meals in the classroom. Learn More

Fall Directors Best Practices Conference: Coming Together to Feed Kids During a Pandemic
Join your school nutrition peers to hear the best ideas to feed kids in response to virtual and blended learning environments and staggered academic schedules—all while using classroom, curbside and other service models. Learn what’s working and what’s not, and collectively brainstorm solutions to complex challenges. Learn More

SNA White Papers
What will school look like in SY2020-21? And what will the impact be on school meal operations? Some of you are expecting it will be the most challenging year of your career. That's why we’ve produced the SNA White Paper, Thought Starters on Reopening Schools for SY2020-21.
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The number of months (Aug-Jan) available for download of School Nutrition’s 2020-21 Promotion Calendar. This this free member benefit produced by the same editorial staff of the monthly magazine you know and love.
U.S. Representative Brindisi Letter to USDA Urging the Extension of SFSP and SSO Waivers
U.S. Representative Anthony Brindisi (NY-22) sent a letter to USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue urging USDA to consider SNA’s previous proposals to allow schools to serve meals to all students at no charge through the SFSP and SSO. Read More

USDA Responds to SNA’s July 10th Advocacy Letter
On July 20, 2020, USDA responded to SNA’s recent letter which raised serious concerns about serving students during the pandemic. Read More
SNA Leadership Opportunities
Are you interested in national leadership opportunities, but don’t know where to start? Wondering if you should nominate a colleague? The 2021 SNA nominations process is opening in early August! SNA is looking for members like you - with strong leadership skills, outstanding professional achievements, a record of active participation in your state association, and a passion for the mission of your association. Learn More
SNA +1 Membership Challenge
The +1 Membership Challenge is the perfect way to show your support for SNA and help grow our membership to ensure that we remain strong and continue providing high-quality educational resources and advocacy to meet your needs.

When you recruit at least one new member by May 31, 2021, you will be entered for a chance to win 1 of 5 free registrations for the 2022 Annual National Conference (ANC) in Orlando, Fla. Void where prohibited or restricted by law. Learn More
Check Out the New SNA Shop!
Be sure to visit our new SNA Shop and shop for goodies such as brand-new National School Lunch Week merchandise! Read More

JCN&M Spring 2020 Edition
When searching for solutions to common school nutrition challenges, clear, focused and relevant research from peers in the field can offer big outcomes. Published digitally twice each year, SNA’s Journal of Child Nutrition & Management ( JCN&M) features peer-reviewed research on a wide variety of topics relevant to those working in school nutrition. Check out the latest edition.
The June/July issue of School Nutrition delves into what childhood looks like right now, giving a better understanding of the barriers children and teens are facing.