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High School Teachers Upgrade Culinary Skills on Campus


Frank M. Suchwala, right, offers advice to a high school teacher. High school teachers practice classic knife cuts. A dozen high school teachers from school districts across Pennsylvania are spending five days on campus over two weeks to upgrade their skills in classical cooking methods, which they will then transfer to students in their own classrooms. The teachers are being taught by Frank M. Suchwala, instructor of hospitality management/culinary arts, with assistance from culinary arts technology student Robert G. Steward. The course is sponsored by the college’s Outreach for K-12 Office.

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