3 Reasons You Don't Want To Miss Connect 2022!

Join us virtually March 21-24, 2022 to learn about your heartland products, connect with your peers, and get inspired with new ideas! Of course, there are many reasons to join us at Connect this year, but here are our top three:

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A Look Back at SNA ANC 2021

The 2021 School Nutrition Association Annual National Conference (ANC) is in the books, and this year it was virtual! With over 1,000 attendees and 140 exhibitors, #ANC21 was nothing short of amazing. Our team had the opportunity to not only have a virtual booth, but also host a roundtable discussion with a fantastic group of SN Professionals.

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“If I knew then what I know now”


Starting Fresh & Looking Forward

You’ve heard the phrase “If I knew then what I know now...” It’s a chance to imagine how our current lives might be different if we possessed the insight or wisdom that we’ve since acquired.  Maybe we apply this phrase to something in our youth, to the earlier days of our careers, or simply after starting and making progress on a new project.  In some cases, it’s not so much something new as it is just additional emphasis and prioritization of certain values based upon our experience of life events.  

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[New Designs] Free School Menu Templates For The 2021-22 School Year!

Our school menu templates are back for the 2021-22 school year with all new designs! With three designs to choose from, these templates are the perfect way to showcase what's for lunch each day.

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A look back at Connect 2021

Last month, we welcomed hundreds of school professionals at our first-ever virtual Connect 2021 conference! This was a great opportunity for everyone to learn about their Heartland products, get inspired with new ideas, and connect with their peers.

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Get ready for the new school year with our Summer Webinar Series

This school year is likely to bring a number of new challenges and obstacles for many districts. If you're feeling unsure about what you need to do in order to get ready for the fall, you're not alone. We want to make sure you have the information and knowledge you need so your staff can stay safe and your operation can run as smoothly as possible. From serving in the classroom, creating a cashless campus, or using an online meal ordering platform, we are here to help make the 2020-2021 school year a success.

If you missed our Summer Webinar Series, don't worry! You can still check out the recordings and get prepared for the new year:

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A New School Year Unlike Any Other | A message from Jeremy Loch

We know that for many of you, this upcoming school year may be one of the most challenging years you have ever faced. There are likely a number of new guidelines you need to adhere to, changing or fluctuating schedules for students and staff, as well as a number of decisions that have yet to be made. “Overwhelmed” is probably an understatement.

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Four Key Areas Where Schools Can Reduce Cash Handling

As districts start planning for the return of students in the new school year, ensuring the health and safety of staff and students is more important than ever. This new mindset requires schools to rethink some of their policies and procedures, in particular, the way they collect and manage school payments. 

Contactless payments can play an essential role in helping to limit in-person interactions and reducing physical cash handling. Many schools have already adopted an online payment solution that gives parents a convenient way to pay online, while giving staff an easy way to manage those payments.

Here are four key areas where schools can reduce cash handling:

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[New Designs] Free School Menu Templates For The 2020-21 School Year!

Our school menu templates are back for the 2020-21 school year with all new designs! With four designs to choose from, these templates are the perfect way to showcase what's for lunch each day.

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How To Properly Clean & Disinfect Your Point of Sale Hardware

Now more than ever, making sure every surface in your cafeteria remains clean and disinfected when students return is critically important. The same holds true for all of your serving line hardware, including POS terminal/tablets, pin pads, cash drawers, keyboards, and mice.

We have worked closely with our vendors to develop the guidelines outlined below showing how to properly clean and disinfect your point of sale hardware.  If you’re not a Heartland customer and you purchased equipment elsewhere, please refer to the manufacturer for specific instructions. 

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