Our Mission -
Idaho Promotes Nutritious Meals for Healthy Minds and Bodies
Our Vision -
To be a leader, advocate and educational resource for school nutrition professionals promoting excellence in food and nutrition to Idaho's children.
Our Values -
Development of the whole Child
Professional Development and Growth
Healthy Lifestyles and Lifelong Learning
Camaraderie, Community, Involvement and Fun
Message from the President -
It is with tremendous enthusiasm and great honor that I serve as President of ISNA.
I am excited to represent an Association that promotes the optimal health, nutrition, and education of all children by supporting nutritionally adequate, educationally sound, and financially accountable, non profit child nutrition programs.
As we embark on the implementation of new federal regulations, the ISNA board will place emphasis on the nutrition education needs of our members. We will advocate for high standards for child nutrition professionals and child nutrition programs.
ISNA will promote unified efforts between school personnel, allied organizations, industry and communities to assure every child an opportunity to receive the positive benefits of the child nutrition and nutrition education programs.
Thank you for your dedication and tireless commitment to children. Ensuring children receive the nutrition they need to learn, grow and reach their full potential is one of the most important duties we have as parents, community members, educators and leaders.
As ISNA President, I value our partnerships and recognize that a collaborative team effort is more important then ever, as we move forward in our joint mission to create a healthier next generation.
Bobbie Coleman, President
Idaho School Nutrition Association
Read the 2014-2015 President’s Annual Plan Of Action here.
ISNA Executive Board Meeting
National School Breakfast Week (NSBW)
"Make the Grade with School Breakfast"
ISNA Mini Conference at Rocky Mountain Middle School
School Nutrition Employee Week
ISNA Mini Conference at Payette High School
ISNA Mini Conference at Sandpoint High School