Durango High School resurrects its culinary education program

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Durango High School resurrects its culinary education program

Classes and club were eliminated in 2013
Jessica Bright, Durango High School’s culinary teacher, helps Paul Schadt, 15, with a loaf of gingerbread dough on Dec. 19 in a culinary nutrition class. The class is an element of the school’s larger effort to restart its culinary program.
Durango High School students, clockwise, Michelle Ortiz, 15, Hannah Wills, 15, Claudia Luthy, 15, Shabrie Casey, 15, and Deana Lancaster, 15, mix gingerbread dough in class.
As in any kitchen, dishes have to be done. Camille Jacobs, 17, and Claudia Luthy, 15, take their turn washing pans in the school’s culinary nutrition class.
Culinary teacher Jessica Bright helps Charlotte Hale, 16, with her design for a gingerbread house in the school’s newly restarted culinary nutrition class.
Durango High School students learn how to identify and use a variety of ingredients in the school’s new culinary nutrition class.

Durango High School resurrects its culinary education program

Jessica Bright, Durango High School’s culinary teacher, helps Paul Schadt, 15, with a loaf of gingerbread dough on Dec. 19 in a culinary nutrition class. The class is an element of the school’s larger effort to restart its culinary program.
Durango High School students, clockwise, Michelle Ortiz, 15, Hannah Wills, 15, Claudia Luthy, 15, Shabrie Casey, 15, and Deana Lancaster, 15, mix gingerbread dough in class.
As in any kitchen, dishes have to be done. Camille Jacobs, 17, and Claudia Luthy, 15, take their turn washing pans in the school’s culinary nutrition class.
Culinary teacher Jessica Bright helps Charlotte Hale, 16, with her design for a gingerbread house in the school’s newly restarted culinary nutrition class.
Durango High School students learn how to identify and use a variety of ingredients in the school’s new culinary nutrition class.
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