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School Nutrition Professionals

Explore available resources that can strengthen school nutrition programs.

Discover resources that can strengthen federal food access programs.

Resources At Work

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Discover professional development and training resources, get help from experts to teach nutrition education and create a culture of wellness at school and in the community.

 

Summer Meals Program 

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The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP), also known as the Summer Meals Program, was established to ensure that children continue to receive nutritious meals when school is not in session. When school is out, SFSP provides free meals to kids and teens in low-income areas.

 

Farm to School

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Discover school and community 'Farm-to-You' programs that increase food literacy and bring nutrition to life.

 

Celebrating Impact of School Lunch In + Out of the Classroom

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The National School Lunch Program has played an important role in nourishing students across the U.S. by providing little to no cost meals daily. Read this blog post to learn more.




School Lunch Heroes

Celebrate the first Friday of May dedicated to School Lunch Hero Day.

Since 2013, the first Friday of May has been dedicated School Lunch Hero Day. A day to recognize school foodservice professionals for their devoted efforts to nourishing students.

 

School Meal Programs Support Student Mental Health

Read how school meals impact mental health.

School meals have always been a critical access point for the nutritious foods that children need to grow and learn and help ensure children, especially families living at or below the poverty line, are able eat. Read more to learn how mental health outcomes in children and teens are influenced by food insecurity.

 

Enrichment Activities For Your School Meal Program

Incorporate Online Builders into Google Classroom. NEW Nutrition Builder Series!

Help students answer the question, "Can breakfast boost brainpower?" through a fun, interactive nutrition activity. Breakfast Builders help students explain what they learned and set a goal to help prepare breakfast.

Why is Milk an Important Part of School Meal Programs?

Megan Holdaway, RDN, discusses the important role of milk in school meal programs.

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Connect with a Community Nutrition Adviser

Connect in your local area to get more support, resources and training.