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legislation & policy
SNACT plays a leading role in advocating for Connecticut’s school nutrition programs at the State and Federal level. We have built strong collaborative relationships with other child nutrition organizations in CT and nationally.
SNACT also works to keep members up to date on changes in Federal and State programs. We help our members understand more about the legislation and policies that shape and impact child nutrition programs and the role that they can play in the process.
SNACT's Public Policy & Legislation Chair Jeffrey Sidewater and Congressman Joe Courtney, along with Allison Erickson and Tim Thurston, at SNA's 2019 Legislative Action Conference
Share Your Thoughts:
2020 Policy Priorities
SNA is preparing to craft its 2020 Position Paper and now is the time to make your voice heard! We need to hear from YOU about challenges and issues in your programs and what SNA can do in Washington to help support school nutrition professionals nationwide. On December 9th, SNA's Public Policy and Legislation Committee (PPL) will review your responses as they work on drafting the Association's 2020 Position Paper. The Position Paper reflects the Association's top legislative/regulatory priorities and will serve as the roadmap for 2020 advocacy efforts. Please provide your input on the school nutrition program challenges you feel should be addressed in SNA's 2020 Position Paper. Click here for the survey
School Nutrition: Building Blocks for Connecticut’s Future
SNACT collaborated with End Hunger CT!, the CT Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics, FoodCorps and CASBO to create talking points on school nutrition. This document will provide you with statistics and facts you can use when educating your legislators and your school board and community about your program.
Find all of SNA's legislative resources here