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Comprehensive review of agricultural policies as they relate to farm to school, with a specific focus on food safety.
Tools and resources to help with menu creation, financial management, procurement, marketing, and engagement strategies for school districts and food service teams who are transitioning their food programs from processed foods to scratch cooking and fresh ingredients.
Harvest of the Month features ready-to-go tools and resources that can be used in diverse applications to support healthy eating and daily physical activity.
A review of the knowledge and skills necessary for school nutrition professionals to effectively communicate to a variety of audiences. Adult learning theories form the basis of presentation, instructional, and written communication skills necessary for public relations and marketing strategies in school nutrition programs. Focus is placed on the role of school nutrition directors in promoting quality food service programs as a component of comprehensive school health programs.
An investigation of the principles of management and organizational behavior needed for leaders of Child Nutrition Programs in schools. Topics include: management theory, managing human resources, financial data analysis, productivity, governmental regulations, and quality assurance programs.