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How to Measure School Lunchroom Success!

What does success look like in school food? Now a-days community pressure and the public eye are demanding that school food prove it’s worth…but how? Success can take different forms and this webinar will cover a few of the most effective ways to publicize your great work!

By the end of the webinar attendees will:

  • Identify at least one internal and one external method of measuring success
  • Identify at least one method for sharing success with the public
  • Create an action plan for involving the community in their school food program
This webinar is presented by Kathryn Hoy, RD, CD, Manager of the Cornell Center for Behavioral Economics in Child Nutrition Programs 

To attend this webinar follow this link: https://connect.extension.iastate.edu/healthyschools (browsers FireFox and Internet Explorer work best) Enter as a guest and you will be connected to the meeting. You can listen to the presentation though your computer speakers. If you have never used Adobe Connect before, it is recommended that you test your ability to log in prior to the webinar by following this link:  www.extension.iastate.edu/testconnect

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