Students visit Wayne Farms


Wayne Farms of Dobson has partnered with Central Middle School providing more than 150 students with the opportunity to cook chicken in Exploring Career Decisions and Culinary Arts Club. This year, Annie East has incorporated cooking chicken in different disciplines to teach the necessity of learning basic skills that will give them transferable skills for future employment. Culinary Arts’ students learned to cook chicken pesto pasta to enhance student knowledge of foods around the world. While studying the unit “The World of Work,” eighth-grade students pretended to be cooks in a restaurant and prepared Chicken Lo Mein. Students in groups of five had different task in the process such as: cooking the chicken, making the sauce, chopping the vegetables, and cooking the noodles. Students were able to understand the process of cooking for large groups of people in a strict and timed environment. Students are encouraged to participate in hands on projects to create a relevant and rigorous learning experience that engages and stimulates the learner. Working in culinary arts are, front, from left, Jaden Traci, Ave Martinez, Ethen Govea; background, Abraham Martinez, Diago Guerrero, Adreas Gonzalez, Jesus Nava.


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Wayne Farms of Dobson has partnered with Central Middle School providing more than 150 students with the opportunity to cook chicken in Exploring Career Decisions and Culinary Arts Club. This year, Annie East has incorporated cooking chicken in different disciplines to teach the necessity of learning basic skills that will give them transferable skills for future employment. Culinary Arts’ students learned to cook chicken pesto pasta to enhance student knowledge of foods around the world. While studying the unit “The World of Work,” eighth-grade students pretended to be cooks in a restaurant and prepared Chicken Lo Mein. Students in groups of five had different task in the process such as: cooking the chicken, making the sauce, chopping the vegetables, and cooking the noodles. Students were able to understand the process of cooking for large groups of people in a strict and timed environment. Students are encouraged to participate in hands on projects to create a relevant and rigorous learning experience that engages and stimulates the learner. Working in culinary arts are, front, from left, Jaden Traci, Ave Martinez, Ethen Govea; background, Abraham Martinez, Diago Guerrero, Adreas Gonzalez, Jesus Nava.

Wayne Farms of Dobson has partnered with Central Middle School providing more than 150 students with the opportunity to cook chicken in Exploring Career Decisions and Culinary Arts Club. This year, Annie East has incorporated cooking chicken in different disciplines to teach the necessity of learning basic skills that will give them transferable skills for future employment. Culinary Arts’ students learned to cook chicken pesto pasta to enhance student knowledge of foods around the world. While studying the unit “The World of Work,” eighth-grade students pretended to be cooks in a restaurant and prepared Chicken Lo Mein. Students in groups of five had different task in the process such as: cooking the chicken, making the sauce, chopping the vegetables, and cooking the noodles. Students were able to understand the process of cooking for large groups of people in a strict and timed environment. Students are encouraged to participate in hands on projects to create a relevant and rigorous learning experience that engages and stimulates the learner. Working in culinary arts are, front, from left, Jaden Traci, Ave Martinez, Ethen Govea; background, Abraham Martinez, Diago Guerrero, Adreas Gonzalez, Jesus Nava.
http://www.elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_Club-picture-Waynes-Farm.jpgWayne Farms of Dobson has partnered with Central Middle School providing more than 150 students with the opportunity to cook chicken in Exploring Career Decisions and Culinary Arts Club. This year, Annie East has incorporated cooking chicken in different disciplines to teach the necessity of learning basic skills that will give them transferable skills for future employment. Culinary Arts’ students learned to cook chicken pesto pasta to enhance student knowledge of foods around the world. While studying the unit “The World of Work,” eighth-grade students pretended to be cooks in a restaurant and prepared Chicken Lo Mein. Students in groups of five had different task in the process such as: cooking the chicken, making the sauce, chopping the vegetables, and cooking the noodles. Students were able to understand the process of cooking for large groups of people in a strict and timed environment. Students are encouraged to participate in hands on projects to create a relevant and rigorous learning experience that engages and stimulates the learner. Working in culinary arts are, front, from left, Jaden Traci, Ave Martinez, Ethen Govea; background, Abraham Martinez, Diago Guerrero, Adreas Gonzalez, Jesus Nava. Submitted photo
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