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Under the direction of student Executive Chef, Tristan Collins, & student General Manager, Micah Hall, the following specials will be featured this week in the Blue Apron.

Chefs Special =   Parmesan Crusted Pork Chop: Delicate cajun style pork chop served with Chef Choice Potatoes and Creole Sauce
$7.00

Soup of the Day = Creamy New England Clam Chowder prepared the traditional way
bowl $4.00 cup $3.00

Salad Special = Wedge Salad Iceberg lettuce topped with bacon, diced Roma tomatoes, green onions and a buttermilk Bleu Cheese dressing
$5.00

Boxed Lunch = Ham and cheese served on an onion roll with German mustard, lettuce, and tomato served with baked beans, chocolate chip cookie, chips and Ice Mountain bottled water
$7.00

Dessert Special = Lemon Cheesecake w /Balsamic Strawberries: A rich, sweet and tart combination topped with fresh whipped cream
$4.00 

As we draw closer to the end of the school year, our weekly Chef specials are served until supplies last and are subject to change without notice. We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause and will do our best to keep our guests updated on any changes to the menu.

As always, our full menu can be found here:
Please email reservations, pre-orders, and carry out orders to blueapron@warsawschools.org. Blue Apron hours are Tuesday's and Wednesday's 11:00 am-1:00 pm. We are no longer open on Thursday's. (Wednesday, May 9th will be our last day open this scholastic year.)

Thank you for your continued support!
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The Warsaw Fire Department came to visit Chef Bragg's culinary students in the Blue Apron today for a fire safety training course. The students were able to use a fire extinguisher simulator and learned the importance of keeping up to date on fire safety equipment and procedures in restaurants. 

After the training, the students, staff, and firefighters enjoyed an awesome lunch prepared by Chef Bragg & his students. 

Special thanks to WFD for taking time out of their busy schedules to invest in our students! 


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We are super proud of Mrs. Kincaid's Landscape Management class for their continued hard work with the WACC Courtyard project. They are now working on putting pea gravel down in the walkways and will soon start planting items for their edible garden. We can't wait to watch their progress this spring! Great job students!!




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Rose Love's Project Lead the Way: Biomedical Innovations & Sciences classes have had the opportunity to hear from a special guest speaker the last two days. Marti Pollnow, a Cardiovascular Technologist in the Cardiac Cath Lab at Goshen Hospital, shared her passion for her career with these students. Marti not only showed them what a day in the Cath Lab looks like for her but also taught them about the wide variety of cases she sees on a weekly basis. The students were able to see and practice with some of the equipment she uses on her patients on a daily basis, as well. Marti then tested the students' knowledge of the cardiovascular system as they've been learning about heart disease and structures recently. Special thanks to Mrs. Pollnow for taking time out of her busy schedule to invest in the lives of our students!


(Pictured above are Makylie Leek & Marti Pollnow)
Adrian Payne, a senior here at WCHS/WACC, is doing really well at his job at Lippert Components in Goshen. He was recently promoted to shift leader and earned a few awesome incentives for the outstanding work he's done lately. The following article was shared with us by his employer. Congratulations Adrian! We are so proud of you!!



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