Highlights for Day Two of the 2017 Healthy Kids, Healthy Programs Summit

Day two of the 2017 Healthy Kids, Healthy Programs Summit is full of insightful learning sessions, networking opportunities and a recognition ceremony for school nutrition professionals and programs from across Massachusetts.

Schedule at a Glance for 2017 Healthy Kids, Healthy Programs Summit.

The Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education, Mitchell D. Chester EdD will offer words of welcome and address the general session as we return for day two of the Summit. Following this, all Summit attendees will learn about the highly acclaimed Team Up for School Nutrition Success Initiative from ESE Educational Specialists Linda Fischer, MEd, RD, LDN and Sally Teixeira, BA in the general session entitled “Better Together with Team Up: Expanding Your Professional Network”. The Team Up for School Nutrition Success Initiative offered this past fall was such a huge success that we thought, what better place to share this than at the Summit. The session will highlight the initiative which uses a peer-to-peer mentorship model and you will also hear about the experiences and achievements from your colleagues who participated last fall. All learning tracks for the Summit will include a Team Up for School Nutrition morning breakout session that will be specifically designed for each track: Growing, Leading and Maximizing Your Business.

During the afternoon general session, Robert Leshin, Director for the Office for Food and Nutrition Programs will share program updates and essential news for Massachusetts school nutrition programs. This session will be followed by a recognition ceremony honoring individuals and school nutrition programs that have participated in a variety of programs offered during the 2016-17 school year. Whether attendees are receiving an award or supporting these monumental programs and school nutrition professionals, this is a ceremony you can’t miss.

The afternoon learning tracks, scheduled from 2:00-3:30p.m. on May 24, offer a variety of session topics that cater to each track allowing attendees to meet their learning needs and take their professional development to the next level. Check out the sessions in the slide show below:

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Register for the 2017 Healthy Kids, Healthy Programs Summit by May 5th. To learn more about both days of the Summit, download the Summit brochure here.

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