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TASN (Texas Association for School Nutrition) Information
In order to complete your TASN Certification, classes may either be taken in a classroom environment or online. Effective July 1, 2019, there is no longer a requirement that a minimum of half of your classes must be completed in the classroom. Be sure to double check that all courses you plan to complete will count towards the certification level that you are working towards. A full list of acceptable Professional Standards Codes for each level is avilable below.
Spring ISD Class Registration Form - Return to the office by Monday, January 13th
Free Online Classes on the Institute for Child Nutrition website
Please contact the Nutrition Department or refer to the TASN website with any other questions regarding your TASN Certification Levels.
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