Updates and Announcements
Thursday Update Survey - Due Monday, Oct. 31, 2016
The Thursday Update was developed in 2012, as a communication tool between the Office of School Nutrition (OSN) and school food authority professionals, throughout Colorado. After four years, the OSN would like to evaluate the need, satisfaction and effectiveness of the Thursday Update as a communication tool for SFAs. We are asking that you take a few minutes to complete the Thursday Update Survey, by Monday, Oct. 31, 2016. We appreciate your time, feedback and comments.
Colorado School Nutrition Association (CSNA) Summer Conference
The 2017 CSNA Summer Conference will be held June 12 - 13, 2017 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, CO.
- CSNA is seeking proposals for breakout session speakers who plan to present topics that align with the USDA Professional Standards key areas of - Nutrition, Operations, Administration and/or Marketing and Communications. Proposals are due by Friday, Dec.9, 2016. To submit your proposal, click here - CSNA Summer Conference Call for Proposals.
October is National Farm to School Month
- Visit: National Farm to School Month for resources
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