Janet M. Hawk
Executive Director- NJ-SNA
PO Box 225
Waretown, NJ 08758
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The Health and well-being of our children seems to be a hot topic everywhere with various entities presuming to know the best way to nourish our children. The Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act is now a part of the history that will shape our future. Whether we're discussing rising food costs, nutrition standards or meal patterns; addressing other provisions relating to the implementation of the Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act; or enhancing the image of school nutrition,the more members SNA represents, the greater influence we have to impact these issues. Recruiting new members is more crucial today than ever before. View Membership Options»
Congratulations to the 2014 winner of SNA’s Outstanding Director of the Year Award for the state of New Jersey - Maureen Remner: General Manager – Sodexo – Vernon School District
Congratulations to the 2014 winner of SNA’s Louise Sublette Award of Excellence in School Nutrition for the state of New Jersey – Marlene LeRoy: NJSNA President - Manager – Princeton Food Management Burlington Twp. MS
Both winners will be honored at the upcoming School Nutrition Association’s Annual Conference July 13-16, 2014, in historic Boston. Please attend and show your support.
NJ-SNA Officers along with SNA representatives from all 50 states met with members of Congress this week to discuss issues relating to K-12 school foodservice changes for the 2014-15 school year. (L-R) Karen DeLamater – President Elect, Congressman Albio Sires, Sal Valenza – VP and Marlene LeRoy – NJ-SNA President.
(L-R) Candy Vidovich (Pomptonian), Congressman Frehlinghuysen, Deb Howard (Asian Food Solutions) and Jack Vidovich met to discuss issues facing School Foodservice Departments