This Valuable Resource For Dietetic Educators, Community Health And Public Health Professionals Is Also An Essential Tool For School Districts And State Departments Of Education. With Chapters Prepared By Recognized Child Nutrition Practitioners And Academic Leaders, This Publication Addresses The Strategic Needs Of Child Nutrition Programs Today. The Second Edition Has Been Fully Updated To Reflect Changes In Legislation And School Nutrition Programs. This Resource Addressses The Latest Issues In The School Nutrition Environment Such As A School's Responsibility To Curb Student Obesity, School Board Policy And The Sale Of Non-Nutritious Foods, And The Need For Collaboration To Balance Healthy Eating And Physical Activity. Managing Child Nutrition Programs, Second Edition Offers Updated Competency Statements For School Nutrition Directors, Managers And Food Service Assistants.Standards related to onsite reviews of meal counting and claiming procedures are also contained in the Eligibility Guidance for School Meals Manual. Purpose and Benefits of an Internal Audit Most large SFAs have internal auditors toanbsp;...
|Title||:||Managing Child Nutrition Programs|
|Author||:||Josephine Martin, Charlotte Oakley|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Learning - 2008|