GSNA Leadership Opportunities: Officer Nominations Open

It is time for GSNA to consider nominees for officer positions on the GSNA Executive Committee. This year we are seeking nominations for President-elect, Secretary and School Level Chair.
Please feel free to recommend fellow school nutrition members that you feel may be interested in being on the 2023 ballot and will love the honor of serving as a GSNA Officer. Click here for a nomination form

President-elect ι Secretary ι School Level Chair
(Click on each position to view specific duties of that position) 

Nominations will be accepted through September 30th. Click here for a nomination form.

Georgia School Nutrition Association's Mission: 
“To advance the availability, quality and acceptance of school nutrition programs as an integral part of education” 


October 10-14, 2022

What Is NSLW?

Learning is tough work—and kids need fuel if they’re going to learn! That’s why a healthy midday meal is crucial to the growing children who go to school.
Since 1962, when President John F. Kennedy created National School Lunch Week (NSLW), this annual observance has promoted the importance of a healthy school lunch in a child’s life and the impact it has both in and out of the classroom.

Start planning your School Lunch Celebration! Visit https://schoolnutrition.org/about-school-meals/national-school-lunch-week/about-national-school-lunch-week/ for more information on how to celebrate.



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Deadline Dates:
Fall Issue–September 9th, Winter issue–November 11th, Spring Issue – February 10th