Forest Grove was on hand April 30, 2014, to assist with the ribbon cutting at the new Cumberland Farms on Midway Road and 25th Street. Cumberland Farms has partnered with Forest Grove Middle School as a business partner. During the month of May, Cumberland Farms will donate 10 cents for every fountain beverage or coffee purchased from…Details
Save the Date! The Education Foundation of St. Lucie and Culver’s in Tradition are partnering for a “Share Night” to benefit the Foundation. On Wednesday, December 6th from 4-8 PM, Culver’s will donate a portion of their receipts to the Education Foundation. Mention the Education Foundation when you order. Culver’s features delicious burgers and their…Details
Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition parents and students met recently in the morning morning for a Cultural Heritage Breakfast. Families enjoyed breakfast while the English Speakers of Other Languages (E.S.O.L.) program was explained and questions were answered. Pictured from the left in the back row is Mrs. Sinclair, Mrs. Takata and Mr. Takata. …Details
Fort Pierce Central culinary students and their instructors joined over 40 Florida high schools at the Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association Educational Foundation (FRLAEF) Regional workshop at Johnson and Wales University (JWU) in Miami, Florida. Students rotated through four sessions including: knife skills, trends in baking and pastry, Molecular Gastronomy, and trends in nutrition. Lunch…Details
Chef Folker Raynolds of Ballantrae Counrty Club supported a collaborative opportunity on Cinco de Mayo for St Lucie Public Schools culinary students to cook, serve, and speak about their programs!
Northport K8 culinary students celebrated Grandparents Day by preparing, cooking and serving Taco Salads.
Rachel Savela and her culinary students greeted fellow students and Grandparents Day luncheon guests by selling and serving tasty Taco Salads made to order!
It was a hit!
Join us for the 2nd Annual Student Culinary Cook-Off, a collaboration of Child Nutrition Services and the Career and Technical Education Culinary Arts Program. The purpose of the event is for our student chefs in the Middle School and High School Culinary Arts Program to create enticing entrees that their peers would enjoy while following the…Details
Culinary students from St. Lucie West Centennial, Treasure Coast, Fort Pierce Westwood and Fort Pierce Central high schools recently attended a restaurant industry state trade show. Students were accomapnied by culinary arts instructors Calvin Lewis and Jesse Strell from Centennial, Janette Champagne from Treasure Coast, Maureen Greenberg from Fort Pierce Westwood, and Margaret Ash from…Details
Culinary Arts means “the art of cooking.” Culinary Arts is much more than simply cooking to those involved in the industry. Those working on an education in Culinary Arts can become chefs at small establishments or large, fine-dining restaurants. If you’re comfortable in the kitchen and enjoy the art of cooking, a career in culinary…Details
As part of the Piper Apprenticeship kickoff, Mark Hueter, Engineering Pathways and Technical Design instructor at Lincoln Park Academy and Rafael Ordonez, Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering instructor at Treasure Coast High School, toured Piper Aircraft in Vero Beach. They are pictured here with John Bowman, Senior Manager for Piper Aircraft. Piper Aircraft is a manufacturer…Details