July 30, 2020Will your cafeteria teams be expected to serve all or some meals in the classroom when the new school year begins? Even if students pick up meals in the cafeteria or from hallway kiosks, many are likely to dine at their desks--and this new approach will be a big adjustment for everyone in the building. How can you help manage their concerns and questions? Join us for a webinar to learn about the brand-new Dining Guide for School Meals in the Classroom,a series of easy-to-customize templates you can adapt and share with various stakeholder groups at each school site. This crowd-sourced project led by Dayle Hayes, MS, RD, Jessica Shelly, MBA, SNS, REHS, and an expert group of school nutrition operators from around the country will help you connect with a wide variety of new partners, from administrators and teachers to custodians and support staff.
- List at least five key stakeholders for implementing Meals in the Classroom (MIC).
- Describe how concerns about Meals in the Classroom (MIC) may differ among key stakeholder categories.
- Discuss how the Dining Guide for Meals in the Classroom (MIC) can help you communicate with key stakeholders in your district.
SNA CEUs: 1.0
Key Area 3: Administration
Key Topic 3400: Human Resources and Staff Training
Sub Topic 3450: Employee Health, Safety & Wellness
CPEUs for RDNs and NDTRs
Suggested Performance Indicators
- 2.1.1 Assesses the communication needs of the individual, customer or population.
- 2.1.3 Tailors message to meet the needs of the target audience.
- 2.1.9 Ensures written communications are timely, legible, accurate and professional in nature.
- 8110: School foodservice
CPE Level: 1
SNA CDR Provider Number: AM007
Please note that you have the option to submit an evaluation of the quality of this conference directly to the Commission of Dietetic Registration. Email contact: email@example.com
SNA CEUs and CPEUs are awarded after the successful completion of the post-webinar quiz.