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Chef Bragg's Culinary Arts I students hosted a cheesecake tasting competition in the Blue Apron today. Eight students paired into teams consisting of two individuals and had the opportunity to prepare and serve cheesecake to a panel of four judges. The judging panel consisted of: WACC Assistant Director, Jill Jackson, Attendance Assistant, Heather Desenberg, Junior Class Principal, Angela Huffman, & Sodexo Manager of Grace College, James B. Each cheesecake was judged on the quality, taste, level of difficulty, & presentation. Ryan & Zackary took home first place. The winning team received cheesecake spring-form pans and a pie serving utensil each. Congratulations and great job to all students!

  
 Ryan Bonebrake & Zackary McNulty: S'mores Cheescake
Hettie Winegardner & Diana Velazquez: New York Style Cheescake with Strawberries
Lydia Lemler & Natasha Heierman: Mint Oreo Cheesecake
Gill Nichols & Jessica Britt: Blackberry Lemon Cheesecake




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You're invited to the Warsaw Building Trades Open House next Tuesday, May 30th from 4-6pm in Cherry Creek Manor. Come & see the hard work our Building Trades students put into this beautiful home.

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Warsaw, IN 46580
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Students in Ms. Tiede's 5th period Advanced Child Development class recently earned their Child Development Certificate from the Indiana State Career & Technical Education Board. Congrats ladies!

Pictured are:
Stephanie Enciso
Carrie Endicott
Miranda Hoyt
Diana Limon
Sara Linton
Natalie Locke
Tiffany Moore
Dulce Ortiz
Kachelle Robinson
HaleySchaaf
Kyla Smith
Chloe Smith
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Chef Bragg's Culinary Arts students visited the culinary lab at Ivy Tech Community College in Indianapolis and the Penthouse Restaurant today during their end-of-the-school year field trip.






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Students in Ms. Tiede's Advanced Child & Development classes recently participated in an activity that helped them better understand the importance of protecting the environment and child safety when it comes to dogs. The students were made aware of the danger of leaving behind their dogs waste as it can carry harmful bacteria & microbes that can easily make its way to lakes & streams nearby. They also learned about how children are more susceptible to be exposed to these wastes as they spend more time closer to the ground- playing around it and then touching their mouths, eyes, etc. So, to also incorporate physical activity into this lesson, students relay raced across the WACC commons area to pick up (play dough) dog poop. These students had fun while learning to protect the environment and children both! 





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