Students' Recipe Added to Ephrata High School
It all started with a grant awarded by the Ephrata Area Education Foundation to Ephrata High SChool Family and Consumer Science teacher Stacy Burkey and Director of Food Services Teri Gamez. The grant, ttitled "Marketing Healthy Cafeteria Options," provided students in Culinary Arts classes the opportunity to select, prepare, and market a healthy recipe to their fellow high school students. (Continue)
This project was made possible by funds generated from the 2013 Mighty Mountaineer 5K event and donations from area businesses, community members, and Ephrata High School alumni.
Foundation Board welcomes Assistant Superintendent Kimberly Schlemmer
"This is no greater success than being involved with the growth and development of children into successful adults.” - Mrs. Kimberly Schlemmer.
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- $100 provides Learning is Fun kits for five District preschool children
- $350 provides a one-semester online course for a District student
- $700 provides a year-long online course for a District student
- $12,000 provides bi-monthly parent-to-parent home visits for families of 3- and 4-year-olds throughout the District to demonstrate educational activities and tips on reading
to young children
- $19,000 provides an iPad for each District student in one classroom
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