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 “student in training.” Our students are receiving both high school and college credit while enrolled in the program.
Mrs. Heinsman’s Honors Introduction to Accounting students had the opportunity to celebrate a recent testing achievement yesterday morning, in addition to hearing from a special guest speaker.
These students were rewarded with a chai, hot chocolate, and cookies party because they worked so diligently to score almost all A’s on a huge test- no one scored below a B+!
Former WCHS/WACC Valedictorian (Class of 2015) and current finance student at Indiana University, Jake Mangas, shared an encouraging & inspiring message with the students about his experiences in school & in the business world.
Congrats to these accounting students and special thanks to Jake for stopping by to visit us!!
Peggy Roulo came to visit the Advanced Culinary Arts students in the Blue Apron today, to teach them a few tips & techniques about what she's learned over the years as "The Cake Lady" of Warsaw. She not only shared her cake decorating skills, but also talked about the business aspect of her life & the importance of building relationships with customers.
The Warsaw Area Career Center truly appreciates the time Peggy spends investing into our students!
Earlier this week, the Warsaw Fire Department visited our culinary students in the Blue Apron to teach about fire extinguisher safety training. The students also had the opportunity to prepare, serve, and eat lunch with the firemen present. Special thanks to WFD for their support & help with so many things around the WACC!
Melinda Wise, Extension Educator- 4-H Youth Development of Kosciusko County, recently visited several Family & Consumer Sciences classes in the WACC. She discussed interviewing skills and particularly focused on practicing answering interview questions. Students watched interview clips from famous movies and then had the opportunity to not only answer questions themselves, but to also distinguish between good & bad answers. Thanks Mindy & Purdue Extension for partnering with our FACS classes!