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You are Invited: Press Conference for Washougal High School Student-Run Food Truck Ribbon Cutting - 01/23/23

Press and VIP guests are invited to join Washougal School District for a ribbon cutting press conference for the new student-run food truck at Washougal High School. Please use this link to RSVP online: https://forms.gle/pvcaWQ4q1Rz8ciLN7 

WHEN: Thursday, February 2, 2023 from 3 to 4 pm

WHAT: Washougal School District will celebrate the opening of Panthers’ Shoug Shack, the district’s first student-run food truck, with an official ribbon cutting ceremony on February 2, 2023. Meet Washougal High School students involved in applying classroom learning to plan and operate this new food truck. Immediately following the ribbon cutting, guests are invited to taste freshly prepared food and refreshments served by students out of the Shoug Shack. Please monitor local weather conditions and dress warmly.

WHO: Students in Culinary Arts, a Career & Technical Education (CTE) program at Washougal High School, will serve food and refreshments to guests out of the Shoug Shack food truck. Washougal High School students in the Future Business Leaders of America club will be present for event assistance. Guest speakers include superintendent Mary Templeton, mayor David Stuebe, Washougal School District director of Career & Technical Education Margaret Rice, and Washougal School District board president Cory Chase and board member Sadie McKenzie. Mayor David Stuebe plans to make a special announcement during the event. Meet students from the Associated Student Body and an array of Career & Technical Education programs at the event. This event is for the press and VIP guests.

WHERE: In front of the Excelsior Building at Washougal High School: 1201 39th Street, Washougal, Washington 98671.

BACKGROUND: Washougal School District is an emerging leader in Career & Technical Education, with programs that allow students to explore meaningful job readiness skills by supporting the 16 national CTE career clusters. Students in Career & Technical Education programs including Digital Photography, Social Media Marketing and Culinary Arts applied classroom learning to solve real world problems by planning and preparing this student-run food truck at Washougal High School. Students learned the process of creating a brand, marketing, business management, restaurant operation, and teamwork through this hands-on project. Following the ribbon cutting, the Shoug Shack will be used as an extension of the Advanced Culinary Classroom where, on occasion, students will create and serve meals in collaboration with WSD Culinary Services during lunchtimes at all district schools and eventually leading to participation at community events.

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