FEBRUARY 2015 Nutrıtıon F EB IS AMERICAN T HEAR MONTH School 52 Contents Published by the School Nutrition Association • WWW.SCHOOLNUTRITION.ORG P 16 NO. 2 • VOL. 69 34 • FE A T U R E S 16 . Welcome to Lobby School By Robert L. Guyer Settle in for a refresher of civics fundamentals and a primer on going beyond these to get what you want and need from lawmakers. 34 The Great Policy Guide for SNA By Nadia Egziabher and Nichole Westin Let the tips and tricks of this helpful resource turn you from an advocacy wannabe into a policy pro! 22 Upping the Ante By Cathy Schuchart When it comes to legislative and regulatory advocacy for school nutrition programs and the children who beneﬁ t, SNA and its members always go all in. 40 Voices of SNA Advocacy Who speaks for school nutrition programs? You do. Meet six advocates who are speaking out and learn why it’s time for you to join your voice with theirs. FO O D FO CUS 28 The Right Touch for the Write Stuff By Nichole Westin Go behind the scenes to see how the priorities of SNA’s annual Position Paper are identiﬁ ed and the document is crafted. 56 Spaghetti, Linguine, Rotini, Oh My! By Arianne Corbett, RD Pasta popularity doesn’t have to peter out in the wake of whole-grain mandates for school meals. CO 4 6 8 52 L U M N S 54 68 70 72 To Your Credit On the Market Ad Index A La Carte DEP AR TMENT S First Word Leading Edge News Bites HQ View 14 In Profi le Jill Irons and Joan Montgomery By Mark Ward, Sr., PhD 62 Ideas at Work Making Food Fun Again By Kimberly Cooper 2 School Nutrıtıon • FEBRUAR Y 2015
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