HMS students bake bread for learning, caring

HMS students bake bread for learning, caring

  • Thursday, May 18, 2017 10:29am
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On Thursday, May 4, 13 Homer Middle students traveled to Homer High to participate in the Bake for Good program. With the help of Lauren Seaton, the culinary arts teacher, and volunteer Sharon Roufa, students learned the science and techniques behind baking bread while making almost 200 rolls which were then delivered to the Homer Community Food Pantry.

1610 – Katlyn Vogl – left, Zoe Stonorov – right

1611 – Vianne Sarber – left, Emmet Wilkinson – right

1623 – from left: Vianne Sarber, Emmet Wilkinson, Kazden Stineff, Sam Banks, Lauren Seaton, Sharon Roufa, Katlyn Vogl, Carleigh Nevak, Adeline Berry, Mariah McGuire, Zoe Stonorov, Krystal Super, Fiona Hatton, Hunter Green, and Tyson Walker.

HMS students bake bread for learning, caring
HMS students bake bread for learning, caring
HMS students bake bread for learning, caring
HMS students bake bread for learning, caring
HMS students bake bread for learning, caring

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