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Chef Mark Bragg's Culinary Arts & Hospitality II students recently completed Level One of Foundations of Restaurant Management & Culinary Arts and earned their certifications from the National Restaurant Association. Congratulations to:

Brianna McBrier
Michael Busz
Breana Mayer
Micah Hall
Ricardo Saldivar
Cosme Olivarez


{ P.S.- To our amazing Blue Apron patrons, be on the lookout for updates soon about our public opening date! }

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On our last student day of school, both culinary classes hosted a special tasting lunch for the Family & Consumer Science teachers to enjoy. Chef Bragg's students teamed up to serve multiple courses and then were judged on the dishes they prepared. The menu included spicy breaded chicken, salad, pasta, and many types of cheesecake. Everything looked delicious and the students did such a wonderful job with everything they served to our teachers! 

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Five students from Amy Richards' Nutrition & Wellness class at Whitko High School earned their ServSafe Certifications recently. ServSafe is a food and beverage safety training & certification program administered by the National Restaurant Association. Congrats to these awesome WACC students! 

Pictured are:
1st row:  Kaya Gore, Izzy Rayner

2nd row:  Falyn Owens, Haley Lysaght, Bailea Tackett
Our awesome Culinary Arts & Fashion and Textiles students participated in the Fine Arts Festival in the Performing Arts Center last night. The Advanced Culinary Arts students prepared & served scrumptious appetizers including chicken salad croissants, bacon wrapped pork tenderloin medallions, spinach artichoke dip, bruschetta, and an assortment of desserts. The Fashion & Textiles students sumbitted many of their recent projects to be displayed during the festival including clothing, pillows, bags, and more. A lot of work went into making this festival happen and we appreciate the time & effort these students & staff members put into making this event happen. What a wonderful evening it was full of student talent!

As an added bonus, the culinary students served leftover goodies from last night right outside the Blue Apron for students & staff both to enjoy! We are so proud of our senior culinary students & wish them the best of luck after graduation!!

For the next few weeks, we will be highlighting our students who are considered non-traditional. A 'non-traditionalCTE student is considered one who is pursuing a career or technical education program related to an occupation which employs less than 25% of their gender.

Zach McNulty is in the Culinary Arts program here at the Warsaw Area Career Center. In addition to Culinary Arts & Hospitality I & II, Zach has taken Adult Roles & Responsibilities, Child Development, Advanced Child Development, Interpersonal Relationships, & Nutrition and Wellness. Zach says that he actually took Culinary Arts by accident, as he meant to sign up for welding, but it was the best mistake he's made. Zach is proud to be Serv Safe Certified, Pro-Start Certified, and to have recently won the 4-H Culinary Cook-Off Competition. In his spare time, Zach likes to help out with any extra Blue Apron events & works part-time at Oak & Alley Restaurant here in Warsaw. Upon graduation, Zach plans to attend Ivy Tech Community College to finish his degree in Culinary Arts. He hopes to have his own restaurant someday as well. Congrats Zach! We are super proud of you & wish you the best of luck in the future!! 
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