It’s time to register for the 2016 OSNA State Conference and Food & Equipment Show, March 11-12, at the Salem Convention Center in Salem, Oregon! This year’s theme is “School Meal Superheroes.” The annual conference features a varied educational program with a dynamic line-up of speakers from the school nutrition community. You’ll learn new ways to do your job better and boost your school meal superpowers! Stay tuned for a full conference program.
Register by Feb. 26 to receive the early bird discounted rate!
Are you excited about what Child Nutrition Programs can do for the state of Oregon? We are hiring for a limited duration, part-time Child Nutrition Specialist with the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) and Summer Food Service Program (SFSP). This position is located in Salem, Oregon, and is classified and represented by Service Employees International Union (SEIU). The successful candidate will provide timely leadership, coordination, technical assistance, and support to institutions, programs and individuals in the administration, planning, development, implementation, monitoring, evaluation and improvement of nutrition services and nutrition education programs.
Visit the State of Oregon Job Opportunities web page for details and an online application form. Applications are due by February 14, 2016.
Reynolds School District has an opening for a Cook Manager IIB at Hauton B. Lee Middle School. The position responsibilities include guiding assigned personnel in food service operation, preparing and distributing food service items for consumption by students and school personnel; maintaining inventories of food service items; and maintaining facilities in a sanitary condition. Prior job related experience in food preparation, serving and basic kitchen activities, with increasing levels of responsibilities, preferably in school and/or instructional setting is required.
Click here to apply online and for further details by January 20, 2016.
Your school’s alternative breakfast program helps students start the school day with a nutritious meal. Highlight your program’s success by entering the Action for Healthy Kids Lights, Camera, Breakfast Contest. Submit a creative 1-minute video that could win your school a grand prize of $5,000. Plus, prize money is available for nine other schools.
Click to visit the Lights, Camera, Breakfast webpage for details, where you can also download the Contest Information Sheet.
Your chance of winning is high! Entry deadline extended until January 22, 2016. Have fun and good luck!
- State accredited schools (K-12) in the 50 United States/D.C.
- Must offer an alternative breakfast program, e.g. breakfast in the classroom, grab-and-go breakfast, second chance breakfast
- 40% or more of the student population eligible for free/reduced-price meals
Entries will be judged on:
- The best demonstration of alternative breakfast
- Connection to the School Nutrition Association’s 2016 National School Breakfast Week theme, “Wake Up to School Breakfast”
- Overall quality of submission
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Lights, Camera, Breakfast Contest is made possible through the support of the Kellogg Company Fund.