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  • Blue Apron
    Course Instructor: Mark Bragg

    The Blue Apron is a student-run full-service restaurant, open Tuesday & Wednesday from 11:00 – 1:00 pm.

    In the French cuisine, the color of an apron worn by the staff denotes the level of mastery. 
    The Blue Apron is known for it's “student in training” approach. Our students are receiving both high school and college credit while enrolled in the program. 

    Email reservations, pre-orders or carry-out toThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and our eager students will be excited to have the opportunity to practice and perfect their trade by serving you.
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Students from Ms. Dinse's 3rd period Interpersonal Relationships class played charades today to go along with the topic they are currently discussing: Dating!



Students in Ms. Dinse's Interpersonal Relationships classes participated in the Operation Christmas Child community service project this week. These students collected goodies and money to send several shoe boxes to boys and girls around the world for them to open on Christmas. All of our shoe boxes will have a tracking number linked to them so that our students (and staff) can see where they ended up. Thanks to all of our students for participating in such an awesome project!

For more information about Operation Christmas Child, please visit:

Operation Christmas Child


Ms. Dinse's students practiced using verbal and non-verbal forms of communication today during 3rd period. The students were given a bag full of random small items including a paper clip, various sizes of paper, an eraser, etc. They were paired together with their backs against each other. One student used eight items to design a scene and then tried to communicate with their partner on how to mirror the creation. The students learned pretty quickly the importance of being thorough and descriptive with their communication in order to effectively relay the message to their partner. Once they got the hang of it, they did an awesome job- even after creating intricate designs!


Ms. Dinse's Interpersonal Relationships students created masks today to depict their individual emotions.  Many used their iPads to find ideas and examples, as well.


Ms. Dinse's Interpersonal Relationships class, the students are creating shoes that reflect their personalities. The students were challenged to design a shoe that not only represents character traits that they already possess but also traits they want to continue to develop in themselves.



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