The Precedent

Culinary program thrives with seniors

Crista Ramos, Staff Reporter

May 21, 2019

Senior Emma Jennings is on her way to starting her bright future in the culinary world. There is no doubt she is stepping into this with valuable experience.   Jennings main inspiration for cooking all started when she was a little girl. “ It started from cooking with my mom when I was ...

Students define success in the kitchen

Students define success in the kitchen

Crista Ramos, Staff Reporter

February 12, 2019

In the competitive culinary world two students have managed to excel while cooking during the course of their high school career. Brett Borden and Emma Jennings are currently some of the best students in culinary 3. Borden originally took culinary because he wanted an easy class to take but once he sta...

Culinary and Deca unite over cookies

Bree Wade, Staff Reporter

March 4, 2016

Marketing and baking collide as DECA and Culinary III students partner together to sell cookie creations. Originally designed to be sold for Valentines day, Culinary students made and decorated heart-shaped cookies. The high demand for these cookies, however, has paved the way for them to become reg...

Culinary Arts Appeases Palate

Culinary Arts Appeases Palate

Bree Wade, Staff Reporter

November 9, 2015

Art isn’t limited to drawing, painting, or even playing an instrument; art is the act of taking a passion and perfecting it. In this case, art is food. Culinary students and aspiring chefs, Ashley Hwang, Justin DeVos, and Dallen Slade desire to master this art form through exposure with the help of...

Annual homecoming haunted house success

Annual homecoming haunted house success

Sam Nabaty, Staff Reporter

September 22, 2015

The stars did collide at the Homecoming Carnival on Sept.17. The carnival featured booths from all kinds of clubs including Culinary, Perry Pipes, Early Childhood, Drama Club, and many more. Clubs use this as an opportunity to advertise and to fundraise. Senior Drama Club officer Hannah Brown explains, ...

Twin talents

Aja Diffin and Valerie Burgess

May 19, 2015

Sometimes twins can seem like two different sides of the same coin. For seniors Jade and Mia Pina, a fascination for the arts shows through all they do. Granted, they practice different types of art, but they share the same passion for what they do. Both seniors, the two sisters will be graduating...

Pies & Aprons

Kacee Perry, Staff Reporter

December 11, 2014

The plates have been licked clean and the turkey has been devoured as the Thanksgiving feast comes to a close. Yet, there still remains one of the most influential parts: dessert. And what could be more fitting for a Thanksgiving dessert than pie? This is exactly the conclusion made, as Culinary Arts...

Culinary student wins over $100k in scholarships

Culinary student wins over $100k in scholarships

Kevin Chadwick, Writer

April 28, 2014

The ability to cook does not mean the result is going to be a culinary masterpiece. For most teenagers, the skill of pouring milk onto cereal or microwaving a Hot Pocket is the pinnacle of their culinary expertise. However, senior Kristen Kuehn’s ability to sculpt a meal has turned into a college sch...

Campus Expansion

Campus Expansion

Mckinlee Neubauer, Staff Writer

February 10, 2014

As students begin to register for next year, a big question comes to mind, where is everyone going to go? Perry has been growing since it opened in 2007, and next year the freshman class is expected to be around 750 students according to Principal Dan Serrano. With traveling teachers and the bus barn alr...

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