The Office of School Nutrition is committed to ensuring all school-aged children have equal access to healthy meals by supporting, training, and connecting Colorado’s child nutrition community.
Announcements and Updates
Advisory Council for School Nutrition – 2018 Reorganization
The Office of School Nutrition (OSN) would like to thank the following members of the Advisory Council for School Nutrition (ACSN) for their years of service and dedication to the ACSN: Adam Gose, region 10; Kay Wernsman, region 15; Sandy Guyette, region 16; and Dan Sharp, region 18. Adam, Kay and Sandy were charter members of the ACSN, beginning in 2012; between these four members, they have dedicated over 20 years of service to the council. Thank you!
The OSN would like to congratulate and welcome the new representatives for these regions: Sharley Schreiner, region 10; Traci Berg, region 15; Danielle Bock, region 16; and Shannon Williams, region 18. We look forward to working with these new representatives, as we continue to build this communication tool with school food authorities in Colorado.
More information regarding the ACSN can be found on the Advisory Council for School Nutrition (ACSN) webpage. Watch for the “Meet Your ACSN Member” section in the Thursday Update, beginning in February 2018.
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