Cooking Academies
Junior Chef Academy
We are offering 2 Cooking Academies!
1. Jr. Chef Academy, June 18th -  June 21st
2. Diabetes: Cooking & Nutrition, June 25th - 28th
**Must register and pay by June 12th.**
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Jr. Chef Academy (4th - 8th Grade)
Our Aramark Chef will teach students basic cooking skills.  Students will prepare a variety of lunch and snack recipes daily.  Every day before leaving camp, students will enjoy their delicious, homemade creations.  On completion of the course, each camper will receive a cookbook of the recipes they prepared.

Dates: Monday, June 18th – Thursday, June 22nd 
Location: Pike Middle School
Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM 
Cost: $50, per student

Diabetes: Cooking & Nutrition (Parents & Students)
Our Registered Dietitian will teach parents and students how to live a healthy lifestyle and manage diabetes.  Come ready to cook a variety of snack and lunch recipes that support a well-balanced diet. Every day before leaving camp, attendees will enjoy their delicious, homemade creations.  On completion of the course, each attendee will receive a cookbook of the recipes they prepared.

Dates: Monday, June 25th - Thursday, June 28th
Location: Pike Middle School
Time: 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM 
Cost: $50, per person

Dress Code:
Closed toed shoes (tennis shoes), jeans, t-shirt.  No tank tops, dresses, shorts or jewelry.  Long hair must be tied back. 

Rules & Regulations:  Must register and pay by June 12th. 
No refunds.  Food must be consumed on school property (school cafeteria) to ensure food safety.


Questions:  If you have any questions, please contact 
Jennifer Stringfellow, Aramark Community Dietitian, at 
(817) 215-0180 or jstringfellow@nisdtx.org.


 

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