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Studies show that well-nourished students are better prepared to learn. To that end, schools help provide a healthy environment through nutritious meals, healthy snacks and opportunities for physical education and nutrition education. Through school nutrition programs, 1.46 million lunches, 49.8 million breakfasts and 1,372,712 afterschool snacks are served on a typical day in Virginia public schools.
VDOE provides leadership and assistance to school divisions in developing effective and comprehensive nutrition services that result in children making educated, healthful choices.
Register Now for a Spring Regional Meeting!
This year’s Spring Regional Meetings will focus on the Summers Meals Programs. This meeting is the School Nutrition Programs (SNP) Spring Regional Meeting and will include an update on regulations as well as SNP office hours with the SNP Regional Specialists.
9:00 - 11:00 a.m. - School Divisions
VDOE will provide an overview of the Summer Meals programs and highlight streamlining opportunities between all Child Nutrition Programs.
11:15 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. - School Divisions and Non-School Sponsors
Over a working lunch, Regional Specialists will provide VDOE policy and agency updates, and introduce the new SFSP module of SNPWeb.
1:15 - 4:00 p.m. - School Divisions and Non-School Sponsors
- School Divisions: SNP Specialists will hold office hours for school divisions to present topics of discussion.
- Non-School Sponsors: CNP Specialists will conduct SFSP programmatic training, with a focus on procurement.
|1||April 10, 2018||Chesterfield Office of Food and Nutrition Services
7610 Whitepine Road
Chesterfield, VA 23237
|Region 1 Registration Link|
|2||April 13, 2018||Tarrant Elementary (Admin office for Hampton City Public Schools)
1589 Wingfield Dr,
Hampton, VA 23666
|Region 2 Registration Link
|3||April 12, 2018||Essex County School Board
109 Cross Street
Tappahannock, VA 22560
|Region 3 Registration Link|
|4||April 11, 2018||Kettle Run High School
7403 Academic Ave, Room 310
Nokesville, VA 20181
|Region 4 Registration Link|
|5||April 10, 2018||Staunton City Schools
116 West Beverly Street
Staunton, VA 24401
|Region 5 Registration Link|
|6||April 13, 2018||Ruffner Professional Development and Operations Center
3601 Ferncliff Ave
Roanoke, VA 24017
|Region 6 Registration Link|
|7||April 12, 2018||Washington County Schools Central Office
812 Thompson Drive
Abingdon, VA 24210
|Region 7 Registration Link|
|8||April 11, 2018||Nottoway High School
5267 Old Nottoway Road
Crewe, Virginia 23930
|Region 8 Registration Link|
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