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Chef's Whim: Chicken Fettuccine- Tender chicken breast tossed with a rich smoked Gouda cream sauce and egg pasta.
Soup du jour: A traditional ground beef Chili, lightly seasoned with kidney beans, diced tomatoes, and green peppers garnished with sour cream and cheddar cheese.
$2.50 cup $4 bowl
Dessert du jour: Chocolate Fudge Bundt Cake- A moist, nicely dense fudge cake with an ultra-fine grain. Topped with a thick layer of rich ganache, a chocoholic's dream come true. Served with a fresh raspberry coulis.
Express Boxed Lunch-to-Go: Chicken Salad Croissant, Italian pasta salad, House Chips, Chocolate brownie, Ice Mountain water. $7.00
As always, our full menu can be found here:
Blue Apron Menu
Please email reservations, pre-orders, and carry out orders to firstname.lastname@example.org. Blue Apron hours are Tuesday's and Wednesday's 11:00 am-1:00 pm. We are no longer open on Thursday's.
Thank you for your continued support!
This past Monday, Mrs. Lancaster's Adult Roles & Responsibilities students participated in their own community-led interviews. Local business owners & community members helped conduct interviews with our students to help sharpen their interview skills & critique their resumes. Special thanks to our interviewers who took time out of their busy schedules to invest in our students!
Ms. Tiede's Child Development students have had fun creating finger puppet shows & recording them on their iPads recently. These students are not only learning the importance of allowing children to practice gross & fine motor control skills with the use of puppets but that children can also learn appropriate behaviors by watching the puppet's example while encouraging creativity as well. The experiences & skill sets Ms. Tiede's students are learning in this class will better equip them for future careers in early childhood education and even as parents someday. Great job everyone!
Adulting is hard!! Students in Preparing for College & Careers used their values, goals and life experiences to determine how the money they would earn would be spent for needs and wants. Many important lessons were learned and students made and defended excellent choices. #WACC #CTE #RealLifeEducation
Mandy Renbarger is a Family & Consumer Sciences teacher here at the Warsaw Area Career Center. She teaches Child Development (her favorite), Interpersonal Relationships, and Preparing for College & Careers. Mandy attended the University of Nebraska & Purdue University. During her free time, she loves to binge-watch TV, read, refinish furniture, and paint wooden signs. Mandy says she was born without a personality or sense of humor, but we beg to differ. I think you can tell by her creative & fun Christmas sweater decorating abilities, she is amazingly awesome! We love you, Mandy. Thanks for letting us highlight you today!