Welcome to the Maine School Nutrition Association website. Our goal is to provide healthy meals and promote nutrition education to Maine’s school children. Our big, audactious goal is for Maine to become the first state to provide universal feeding for all school offered meals! Consider becoming a member of our organization and help us make sure that no Maine child goes hungry. We want to be the primary source of child nutrition information and want to see every school represented and supported by a high level of leadership.
Extended training is offered, Nutrition 101, Serving it Safe and Financial management, all eight hour courses complete with CEU’s.
Did you know that we have secured for our general session one of the nation’s top motivational speakers and success trainers? Aric Bostick is in the House!
We want to share this experience with everyone possible, so we are opening our Keynote presentation to the public. Tickets will be on sale for $100.00 per person to attend the general session and breakfast. If you are already registered for the conference there is no additional charge for the event and you will have reserved seating. Be sure to grab the opportunity to attend. Aric shares a great message that no one should miss hearing!
Still time to register: email Darlene French! Come join us and “Get Fired UP”!
Join Us! Cross Insurance Center 515 Main Street Bangor, ME
Download the conference brochure.
Michelle Obama's New Chef to Schools Coalition Now you can register your school to sign up for the Chefs to Schools program. You can count on menu ideas, recipes and training. Bring positive ideas into your program that parents and school staff will love. Visit the new Chefs Move to Schools website for more information
Did you know you don't have to leave home for trainings? Are you short credits for recertification?
You can get last minute continuing education credits through The National School Food Service Management Institute in Oxford, Mississippi. They are now offering online classes and webinars. Don't think for a moment that you don't have time. They recommend only taking 10-15 minutes at a time to work on a class. You pick up where you left off the next time you long in.