October 2020 Online Courses

Region 6 Child Nutrition

Join Our Virtual Sessions!

  • All sessions for the month of October are online courses via Zoom.
  • Participants must be registered to gain access.
  • When participating in a group with one person signed into the session:
  1. All participants must be registered.
  2. Type each participant's name and district name in the chatbox of the session.

CN: Administrative Review Process

Tuesday, Oct. 6th, 9-11am

This is an online event.

This workshop will provide valuable resources and guidance to prepare school districts for the Child Nutrition Administrative Review process.

See the direct link in session # 423533 for registration.

CN: Menu Planning

Wednesday, Oct. 14th, 9-10:30am

This is an online event.

This class will provide operators of the National School Lunch Program and the School Breakfast Program the fundamental principles of menu planning; including knowledge, skills, and competencies necessary to plan appealing, efficient, and compliant menus.

See the direct link in session # 423536 for registration.

CN: Directors Round Table Meeting

Wednesday, Oct. 21st, 9-10:30am

This is an online event.

This session is part of a series of meetings for Directors to receive guidance on child nutrition compliance with regulations and policies. Updated information is provided with guidance resources. Region 6 Child Nutrition Specialists will allow Directors an open platform of discussion for compliance questions.

This meeting will include the following subject areas: Verifying Eligibility, Food Distribution Program, and Summer Mandate.

See the direct link in session # 423538 for registration.

CACFP Session Information Direct Link

CACFP sessions are posted on the webpage as they are released.

Region 6 CN Specialists

Julie Dorman

Child Nutrition Program Specialist, SNP/SSO



Cindy Scott

Child Nutrition Program Specialist, SNP/SSO



Dina Herrick

Child Nutrition Program Specialist, CACFP/SFSP



This institution is an equal opportunity provider. This program is funded by the USDA.