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Borger High introduces a culinary class to aspiring chefs

Borger High School is testing out a new culinary program and it's especially coming in handy for one particular student.

Borger High School is testing out a new culinary program and it's especially coming in handy for one particular student.


This is the very first year Borger High is allowing their students to take an Introduction to Culinary class. Destiny Torres is currently a sophomore and she hopes this class can help progress her skills.


â??I want to go to Johnson Wells for the bakery part of it, because I just like to bake. I donâ??t really like to cook anything else," said Torres.


She is an aspiring bakery chef and even competed in a baking competition in Hereford. Even though she did not place in the competition, her teacher said she is excelling in the classroom.


â??Sheâ??s one of those students that comes along every once in awhile and whatever you ask her to do, sheâ??s willing to do," said Paula Coleman, Culinary 1 teacher.


Torres is already taking her leadership skills seriously. She takes the lead in helping her classmates through each project.


â??We donâ??t only learn how to cook but we learn how to manage a restaurant," said Torres.


Coleman said she only hopes Torres can apply the skills she has learned in her class to help her succeed in the future.


â??I do see big things for her. I hope that I have given her all the tools that she needs to become employed but also to have good people skills and work with all types of people.â??
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