Dolores third-graders create, manage restaurant

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Dolores third-graders create, manage restaurant

Dolores third-graders create restaurant in economics lesson
Dolores third-grader Zoey Wagaman takes orders from the grandparents, parents and sister of Corben Tallmadge, another Dolores third-grader who was working in the kitchen during the Wild Chimichanga’s opening.
Dolores third-grader Bodhi Pattillo scoops beans onto a side salad during the Wild Chimichanga’s opening. Students in Angie Lowe’s class created the restaurant’s menu, focusing on ingredients and flavors available from the school garden.
Sammy Blair, the Dolores Elementary School garden coordinator, assists students from Angie Lowe’s third-grade class during Tuesday’s opening of the Wild Chimichanga. Students worked on the wait, cashier or chef staffs during the restaurant’s opening.
Third-grade employees of the Wild Chimichanga serve adult customers during the restaurant’s Tuesday opening. Lunch cost $5, and employees said they expected to turn a profit after more than 50 people showed up to eat lunch. Proceeds will support the Dolores Elementary School garden.

Dolores third-graders create, manage restaurant

Dolores third-grader Zoey Wagaman takes orders from the grandparents, parents and sister of Corben Tallmadge, another Dolores third-grader who was working in the kitchen during the Wild Chimichanga’s opening.
Dolores third-grader Bodhi Pattillo scoops beans onto a side salad during the Wild Chimichanga’s opening. Students in Angie Lowe’s class created the restaurant’s menu, focusing on ingredients and flavors available from the school garden.
Sammy Blair, the Dolores Elementary School garden coordinator, assists students from Angie Lowe’s third-grade class during Tuesday’s opening of the Wild Chimichanga. Students worked on the wait, cashier or chef staffs during the restaurant’s opening.
Third-grade employees of the Wild Chimichanga serve adult customers during the restaurant’s Tuesday opening. Lunch cost $5, and employees said they expected to turn a profit after more than 50 people showed up to eat lunch. Proceeds will support the Dolores Elementary School garden.
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