VOTING PAGE FOR IDAHO SCHOOL NUTRITION ASSOCIATION
Candidates for Idaho School Nutrition Association
Rebecca Elmore: Becky Elmore is the menu analyst for the Coeur d’Alene School District. She assists in writing the menus for the district meal program and the summer meals program. She also assists with student nutrition education, staff development, and department promotions. Becky began working for the district in April of 2010.
Cheryl Stewart: Hi! My name is Cheryl Stewart. I am happily married to my husband of 31 years. I am a proud mom to three children, two of which are married, and one grandchild. Throughout the years we have taken in seven foreign exchange student, and provided them the opportunity to stay with our family while getting both cultural and educational opportunities they may not have had otherwise.
Area 2 rep
Area 4 Rep
Area 6 rep
Elaine Hape: I am Elaine Hape Food Service Supervisor/Director for Castleford School District in Castleford Idaho. I have 17 years experience as a food service supervisor/director. I have three grown children which are the loves of my life. I live in Filer with my significant other John. I hail from Montana where I was a food service supervisor/director at Gardiner School District in Gardiner Mt for 13 Years. I served on the Montana SNA board for 4 years representing Montana at LAC as well as national conferences. SNA has been a wonderful organization setting our ways as professionals. It is necessary to keep everyone informed and connected. I found my passion in life that is feeding children. Kids are our future and it makes me proud to be a vital part of there education. Thank You
Roxanne Mumm: My name is Roxanne (Roxi) Mumm and I would like to be the next Area 6 Representative. I started my School Food Service career 20 years ago at Immanuel Lutheran School in Twin Falls, Idaho. Since that time I have worked at various schools in the Twin Falls School District and have now been the Food Service Director at Kimberly School District for the past seven years. The part of my job that I enjoy the most is seeing the smiling faces of the Elementary students as they go through the serving line choosing their favorite foods and conversing with the cooks. I have tried to emulate throughout my School Nutrition Career the importance of customer service and wholesome nutrition. The way we interact with all children is what really matters!
Area 8 rep
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