In the course of our hectic day/week/months it can become increasingly difficult to find the time to take a moment and reflect on the crucial role we play and the impact we make.
While you provide the support and nourishment to all those around you, how often do you receive that support and nourishment back?We want you to know, we see you! We recognize the trials, tribulations and triumphs that happen daily.
And though we aren’t there to celebrate, support, and encourage in the moment, we look forward to having the opportunity to share all of this and more with you at our State Conference.
Please join us in receiving some of what you so generously give every single day.
Cindy Jones is the Assistant Director of General Administration for the Olathe Public Schools Food Services Division. Cindy has been a long-time leader of SNA. She has served as the State Association’s President, President-elect, Vice President, Industry Committee and Public Policy/Legislation Committee Chair. She also served on the SNA Public Policy/Legislation committee and the SNA Political Action Committee. She is currently serving as a Director on the SNA National Board of Directors. Cindy will be discussing how to advocate for child nutrition.
Melanie Carvell is an inspirational health and wellness speaker who loves sharing her fitness enthusiasm with others. She is a physical therapist, worksite wellness consultant, six-time All-American triathlete, and author of Running with the Antelope: Lessons of Life, Fitness and Grit on the Northern Plains. MElanie will be speaking to us about finding the heart of health and happiness.
Wednesday, May 31st | 8 AM - 4 PM (lunch provided)
Master the Menu by attending the Pre-Conference Day during the 2023 NDSNA Conference. This training day will provide 6 ½ hours of training toward the Team Nutrition Training Program Master the Menu: Meal Pattern Breakdown (8-Hour Track) & A Manager’s View (40-Hour Track). We will spend the day breaking down the required meal components for you to Master your Menu! Presented by Emily Karel.
Wednesday, May 31st | 10 AM - 4 PM (lunch provided)
After this training, participants will be able to identify the key elements of financial management and the required elements of a production record. Participants will be able to recognize key information when forecasting usage of menu items and calculate the cost of a menu item, meal equivalents and labor costs. Presented by ICN.
Attendees will have the opportunity to purchase and enter tickets for a chance to win from an array of creative and uniquely themed gift baskets!
Conference attendees and vendors are invited to donate a themed basket for the basket raffle. Donated baskets are not an approved expense for program funds.
Baskets will be collected at conference registration.
The rooms are set up as pods. Each pod has two separate rooms consisting of two twin beds. A total of 4 people may stay per pod (2 per room)
Just outside of the room, still within your shared pod, there is a bathroom. There is a sink and mirror available to all at one time, but the shower has its own locked room, and toilet has its own locked room.
The linens and pillows are provided for each room. The toiletries and towels are not. You will have to bring your own towels and personal items.
There is a common room with a pool table and also a shared kitchen. No alcohol is allowed but there are nearby amenities within minutes of the campus.
Please book these through the website registration for the conference.
If you are a registered attendee but are unable to attend the conference, you may request a refund, minus a $50 administrative fee and Eventbrite fee, up to two weeks before the conference. Vendor booth refunds may also be requested up to two weeks before the conference, the administrative fee will be the processing fee charged by Eventbrite. Contact Executive Secretary, Katie Sieverding, at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a refund. No refunds will be made on cancellations received after the two weeks prior or for no-shows.