Student Nutrition Ontario (SNO) is made up of representatives from 14 Lead Agencies who administer provincial grant funds. These funds help to develop and implement healthy breakfasts, snack and at times, lunch programs across the province. These 14 Lead Agencies in turn, represent regions in the province and work with over 39 Community Partnerships across the province. These community partnerships engage school boards, public health units, communities and parents to support school programs at the local level.
Community Development Coordinators Subcommittee
SNO Liaison, Emily Tremblay
Our goal is to share best practices in order to support the provincially mandated role of the Community Development Coordinators that are funded through Lead Agencies across Ontario.
Food & Logistics Subcommittee
SNO Liaison, Kellie Brace
Food and Logistics Coordinators Committee (FLCC) focuses on food procurement for student nutrition programs across Ontario and is committed to developing partnerships that benefit the children and youth in student nutrition programs in Ontario through the procurement of safe, nutritious and cost effective food.
Safe Food Working Group
SNO Liaison, Nicola Lyle
The Safe Food Working Group supports Lead Agencies and their staff to have the necessary information, resources and tools to support community partners and schools to procure food that adheres to industry best practices related to food safety and traceability. The Safe Food Working Group is a working group of the Ontario Student Nutrition Program Network.
Key Partners Working Group
SNO Liaison, Catherine Parsonage
Our goal is to explore partnerships than may span multiple regions or the Province of Ontario and to ensure Lead Agencies are aware and informed about potential partnership opportunities. The Key Partners Subcommittee will receive requests for OSNP endorsement and present these to the larger committee for their consideration.