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Team Up for School Nutrition Success Workshop

" The Team Up for School Nutrition Success workshop is coming to Austin July 24-26, 2016. Space is limited so interested participants are urged to submit a reservation request as soon as possible!
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The Texas Department of Agriculture is pleased to offer the Team Up for School Nutrition Success workshop in Austin July 24-26, 2016. Team Up for School Nutrition Success is a unique peer-to-peer mentoring problem-management workshop designed by the Institute of Child Nutrition to meet one of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s priorities for school nutrition programs by providing assistance to school nutrition professionals. The workshop will provide contracting entities valuable knowledge and skills to create and maintain healthy school environments and encourage and improve student meal program participation. Attendees will share experiences using peer-to-peer mentoring to learn how to identify problems or obstacles and develop action plans and goals in order to reach desired outcomes.

This workshop is a unique opportunity and will not be repeated at any other 2016 training or workshop. Space is limited so interested participants are urged to submit a reservation request as soon as possible.

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