FRAC Presents Back-to-School Webinars in August and September 2016

The hustle-and-bustle of back-to-school is here! As students head back to school for a new year of learning challenges, school nutrition professionals also have the opportunity to learn some new tricks thanks to a fresh schedule of webinars from our partners at the Food Research and Action Center.

If upgrading your marketing game is on your agenda for this school year register now for the Thursday, August 11 webinar “Back to School: How to Market Your School Meals Program for a Successful Year”. During this one-hour presentation you will hear from various stakeholders as they share innovative marketing strategies they have used to boost participation. Learn their tips for getting the community excited about and engaged with your school meal program from the featured panel of speakers:

This webinar begins at 3 p.m. ET and will last 60 minutes.

If you have your eye on building your school breakfast program, register now for FRAC’s Thursday, September 8, “Breakfast Matters” webinar: “The Breakfast Blueprint: Planning, Implementation, and Evaluation Best Practices”.

Partnering with the American Federation of Teachers, FRAC has created a three-part comprehensive breakfast guide based on feedback from AFT members from around the country. Register for this webinar to hear about what stakeholders “on the front lines” of breakfast-in-the-classroom have learned as they share their strategies and stories.

This webinar begins at 3 p.m. ET and will last 60 minutes.

Keep track of all of FRAC’s webinars and conference calls on their events page. Upcoming events include topics on summer meals and afterschool meals! Connect with FRAC on Facebook and Twitter, and don’t forget to find Partners for Breakfast in the Classroom on Facebook and Twitter, too.

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