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Overview

 

This Word Cloud was developed during the SNA of Mass. Board Retreat in May 2015 and reflects a combination of core values identified by current and incoming board members.  A word cloud gives greater prominence to words that appear more frequently in the source text – in this case the values identified by each of the individual board members.

                                                                                                                                  


 

The SNA of Massachusetts is a state affiliate of the School Nutrition Association. We bring information, services and continuing education to school food service professionals in Massachusetts.

We sponsor at least two conferences annually in which attendees are exposed to speakers, workshops and exhibits that showcase the latest ideas and address the most current issues in school food service.

 

As a member of SNA of Massachusetts you automatically become a member of the School Nutrition Association as well. Through SNA you are kept informed of your place in the National perspective. If you are a school food service professional, this is the place to be.

 

SNA of Massachusetts Mission Statement
“The School Nutrition Association of Massachusetts is dedicated to educating, supporting and inspiring school nutrition professionals.”
             

 We Believe

● In leading efforts which promote quality child nutrition programs for all children
● All children have a right to equal access to child nutrition programs                  
● Quality nutrition programs are an integral part of the education process                  
● In being responsive to the needs of our members                  
● In respecting the commitments and effort of all school food service professionals                  
● That all persons involved in school food service should have the opportunity for growth and development                  
● In leadership that fosters a sense of ownership of child nutrition programs                  
● In the benefits derived from the Dietary Guidelines for Americans
● In financial responsibility within child nutrition programs

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