In conjunction with the OSNA State Conference and Food Show, the Oregon Dairy and Nutrition Council is sponsoring a pre-conference Agriculture Tour on Friday, March 9. The bus tour will feature visits to Abiqua Dairy, Norpac and Truitt Bros. in the Salem area.
This year’s emoji-based theme is already getting many thumb’s-up likes and huge smiley faces. Are you ready to “speak” to your student customers about the benefits of school breakfast in their language? The SNA Emporium is your source for giveaways, cafeteria décor and team garb to make sure your celebration earns hearts during NSBW–and any other time you are promoting school breakfast.
Place orders today to ensure products arrive on time! Visit the SNA Emporium or call (800) 728-0728. For celebration ideas, media tips and details on an exciting NSBW contest, visit www.schoolnutrition.org/nsbw.
The Spokane Public Schools Nutrition Services is looking for motivated school nutrition professional to join their team. This position is responsible for menu development, nutrient analysis, recipe development, and leadership in growing the newly designed scratch menu program, USDA school meal program audit compliance, and development of training programs for staff on menu and meal program requirements. The Nutrition Services Supervisor will collaborate with principals, teachers, parents, and community members to monitor and improve the program, and will work with menu software and web-based programs to develop and communicate menus, allergies, and nutrient information.
Excellent benefits, including medical and retirement. Salary range is $68,130-$78,982 Visit web site for full job description and application information.
SPS Employment Web Page: http://swcontent.spokaneschools.org/page/2301
SPS Job Posting Web Link: https://employment.
*Please note: The position is posted under “Classified” then “Supervisory” on the website (not under Nutrition Services).
- Vice President
- Area 2 Rep
- Area 4 Rep
- Area 6 Rep
The position of Vice President is a 4-year commitment, from 8/1/18 – 7/31/22. This position rotates forward each consecutive year of service in the following order: Vice President, President Elect, President, and Past President. During the year in which you serve as President Elect, you will plan the 2020 OSNA State Conference and in 2022, you will manage the Vendor Show for the 2022 OSNA State Conference.
All positions attend four board meetings per year and help with OSNA’s State Conference in March of each year.
- Directs the operations of the Child Nutrition Programs by overseeing the administrative, and support activities consistent with policies and procedures established by USDA and ODE. Determines the most effective utilization of resources in order to carry out ODE goals and objectives for providing service to program sponsors and participants.
- Ensure ODE is in compliance with the Federal Code of Regulations 7 parts 210 -250, 3016 and 3019 (National School Lunch Program, School Breakfast Program, Child and Adult Care Food Program, At Risk-Snack and Supper Program; Summer Food Service Program, Snack Program; USDA Foods Program); Section 18 of the 2008 Farm Bill (the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Programs); and Oregon Laws related to ODE CNP such as the Oregon Farm to School and School-Based Garden Program.
- Develops and implement statewide policies, goals, and objectives consistent with Oregon law and federal laws, rules and regulations for USDA Child Nutrition Programs.
- Provides overall supervision and leadership to CNP staff, as a management level team member, and represents Oregon at the federal level.
Please visit the Oregon Jobs website for full position and application details. Applications will be accepted through March 5, 2018.
Congratulations to Lynne Shore, Food Service Director at Willamina School District, who was recognized this week as one of five national 2018 School Nutrition Heroes by the non-profit School Nutrition Foundation (SNF)!
Nominated by her peers, Lynne was chosen by SNF to represent the many professionals who have dedicated their lives to serving the needs of school children and the community. 2018 School Nutrition Heroes hail from all over the United States.
Read the full announcement here.
The Woodburn School District has an opening for a Nutrition Services Lead at Lincoln Elementary. In collaboration with the Nutrition Services Department, the Nutrition Service Lead will plan, participate and supervise the preparation and serving of food items that meet mandated nutritional requirements and/or request of students and school personnel.
Visit the Woodburn School District Job Listings Page for full details and to apply for the position.
Interested in exhibiting at OSNA’s State Conference and Food & Equipment Show? The 2018 vendor information sheet, registration form and show floor layout are available at our State Conference page!
Booth reservations and vendor registrations are due by Feb. 10, 2018, so don’t delay!
The School Nutrition Association (SNA) and the American Commodity Distribution Association (ACDA) have joined forces to support The Healthy Breakfast Helps Kids Learn Act of 2017 (HR 3738). This bill would provide an additional 6 cents in commodity support for the School Breakfast Program (SBP). This means that if the bill were to pass, schools would receive 6 cents for each breakfast served to spend on commodities. As of this time, there is no commodity support for breakfast, only lunch.
Oregon’s very own Chris Facha is the national president of ACDA and has played a huge part in this collaborative support of the bill sponsored by representatives McGovern ( D-MA) and Davis (R-IL).
Get the scoop by downloading these information sheets: