Culinary Arts Class get a real “Life Lesson”

The Culinary Arts Class, which is part of the CTE program taught at Jefferson High School, had a practical situation skit they enacted last week using some impromptu actors that came in from Administration to show them how some “new hires” should and should not act when coming to a new job.

Lyn Frantangelo, Curriculum Director played the part of a new hire learning to make meatloaf. Coach Terry Johnson, who is also the Assistant Principal at JHS was another matter, all together. He was a new hire, also. His role, as an ex-con who was just released from prison He was not approaching his job in quite the appropriate manner; giving the students a good example of what they may run across in the workplace.

He made few flirtatious moves on Frantangelo, and was steadily taking a few sips of the clear liquid in a fruit jar; getting sillier and a little bolder as time went on.

It was a good lesson in the types of people you sometimes have to work with, and how to handle the situation.

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