October 17, 2016
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CTE programs at Greenbrier West are tasked with allowing students to experience what it is like to work in a real workplace. For the students in Cavalier Culinary this is no different. Every Thursday, students roll up their sleeves and make lunches that they sell to the teachers. “We’ve been doing this 1 day a week for a year and a half,” reported Hailee Walker, a member of the Culinary staff, “We do teacher lunches for a simulated work place experience.” Each week, the students of Cavalier Culinary make a unique menu, that the students then sell to the teachers. All money made from the lunch sells go right back in the culinary department. “This is an excellent way for Culinary students to get some feedback and real world experience. That’s a necessary part of the simulated workplace program for CTE Classes“ says Culinary Instructor Chef Foley.