Your school’s Student Nutrition Action Committee (SNAC) is a great resource for students interested in nutrition, but how can you make sure students join the club? Spread the word and recruit new members by following these simple tips!
You’ve begun planning, organizing, and recruiting members for your club, but all school activities usually require a teacher’s supervision. Once you’ve created your Student Nutrition Action Committee (SNAC), how do you go about finding a club moderator? There are a …
A Student Nutrition Action Committee (SNAC) gives students who are interested in promoting healthy habits the opportunity to work within the school to improve eating habits. Students who participate in SNAC can educate their classmates about proper nutrition and work …
A Student Nutrition Action Committee (SNAC) is a great way for you to make your schools healthier by influencing students to make healthier food choices in and outside of school. Spread healthy nutrition messages by hosting or participating in events …
With the passage of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act (2010), school lunches are more nutritious than ever before.1 USDA and National School Lunch Program (NSLP) lunches now limit sodium sugar, fat, and calorie levels while promoting more fruits and …
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