Deadline to submit letter of intent: December 1, 2013
Submit to: State President Elect Margie Bowers
This award is considered the highest honor a school nutrition manager can earn. It recognizes the importance of those closest to the school nutrition program, the managers.
The award is given to the person who has taken a special idea, developed it into a goal and used that goal to help the school’s nutrition program grow.
Only Foodservice/Nutrition and Child Care Manager section members who are SNA certified may apply for this award.
State, regional and national winners are recognized at SNA’s Annual National Conference.
For more information please contact:
Patty Moore, ASNA Awards Chair
Child Nutrition Director
Pocahontas Public Schools
2300 North Park Street
Pocahontas, AR 72455
Phone:870-892-4573 ext. 2405
Annual Arkansas School Nutrition Association Scholarship 2013-2014
Annually ARSNA is proud to offer its Arkansas School Nutrition Association Scholarships. Scholarship funds are generated through the efforts of our members, including silent auctions, raffles, and cookbook sales. Winners will be awarded a sum of $1,000 to be applied towards their college tuition for the 2013-2014 school year.
Become Nationally Certified with SNA Certification Program
Do it for you! Do it for your community! Do it for your students!
SNA develops and encourages the highest standards in school nutrition programs and provides educational opportunities to ensure the professional development of its members. SNA’s Certification Program is based on the standards of practice and indicators in the Keys to Excellence in School Food and Nutrition Programs that define nationally accepted standards for quality programs.
Why Should You Become Certified?
Becoming SNA certified adds credibility to your position and to your school's program. It is also a factor in attracting people to careers in school foodservice and nutrition.
SNA’s Certification Program is recognized as a leader in the child nutrition industry. SNA is dedicated to:
Already Certified Individuals
Those who are currently certified with SNA and have a certification expiration date between now and September 2011, will follow the former certification renewal guidelines. Note that SNA will honor your 3-year certification period and certification expiration date as stated on your certificate.
You will still follow the former requirements for Certification Renewal and pay the annual certification fee:
You will be enrolled in SNA’s New Certification Program at the time of your certification expiration date.
Things to Know
Click on How Do You Become Certified? to see the initial certification requirements and application form.