18 CHS Students Receive Culinary Certifications

January 20, 2016 | Hannah Meredith

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The culinary arts certification is called ServSafe. It is about food safety and management and is taken nationally.

At Crestview High School the culinary students had to learn about food safety over a three week time period. Afterwards, the students in culinary took a diagnostic test to see if they ready for the real certification test. Only the students that got higher than 80 percent on the diagnostic got to take the certification test.

“There were 24 students who qualified for the certification.” Charles “Chef” Tingle stated. Out of those 24 students there were 18 that passed it. The students that passed were Kayla Baggett, Taryn Braun, Haleigh Butryn, Eboni Chisolm, Diamond Coursey, Kayla Cuff, Christopher Dennis, Greather Eckert, Savannah Griffith, Wilhelmina Lee, Taylor Lewis, Michelle Liu, Charlene Meyer, Tristen Michonski, Ethan Moen, Jordin Stallings, Kyler Stratton, Winston Tillman.

 

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