Hello nutrition and hunger prevention partners!
Please join us this Friday, May 18, 2018 in raising awareness of the Summer Food Service Program across Oregon. The Summer Meals Promotion day aims to connect families early on to local programs in their communities, so they can plan for a fun and healthy summer!
We hope you’ll help in the following ways:
Check out the Communications Guide on Google Drive for easy social media content and images
Share the short newsletter article included within the Communications Guide – in 5 languages!
Talk about SummerFoodOregon.org; it will have a new look beginning May 15, will be available in five languages, and will feature a Summer Meals Experience survey for families so we can better meet their needs (with drawings for $20 gift cards)
Tag @Summer Meals Oregon and use #summermealsor when you visit local programs or to show off your own local program.
Please pass this information along to your need-to-know networks!
Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon and Oregon Department of Education Child Nutrition Programs
Oregon school districts are hiring now for a number of school nutrition program positions. Click the links below for full position details, applications and application deadlines.
Director of Nutrition Services, Ashland School District
General Manager 4 Food – Schools (Enrollment 10,000 +), Sodexo (Gresham)
Nutrition Services Field Supervisor, Beaverton School District
Nutrition Services Coordinator – DOC, West Linn-Wilsonville School District
Lead Cook, Colton School District
Nutrition Services I (Summer), North Wasco County School District
Food Service Specialist (2 positions), Corvallis School District
The School Nutrition Association Foundation published a video on its YouTube channel, “Meet Lynne Shore from Willamina, OR – a 2018 School Nutrition Foundation, School Nutrition Hero.”
Click here to find out more about this amazing OSNA member and leader!
SNA SmartBriefs featured the April 20 East Oregonian newspaper story, “McNary Heights Elementary awarded for school wellness programs.”
The Ontario School District elementary school received statewide recognition as an ODE School Wellness Award winner for its breakfast program. Read the story here.
In an April 18 broadcast, ABC affiliate KDRV (Medford) featured the Oregon Dairy and Nutrition Council’s efforts in working with schools statewide to improve cafeteria menus.
Click here to watch NewsWatch 12 This Morning reporter Cassandra Mlynarek explain how the Central Point School District is upgrading its menu for students. OSNA President and Central Point School Nutrition Director Anne Leavens is featured!