Golightly Wins Cooking Up Change

April 25, 2016

Winners Receive a Free Trip to Washington, D.C.
Winning Meal to Be Served at Detroit Public Schools

Katelynn Lewis (15), Ray Adams (15) and Jalen Harris (16) -Team #1-  from Golightly Career & Technical Center won Detroit Public School’s Cooking up Change®District competition with their healthy lunch Low Country Chicken and Collards Pilau,Country Cole Slaw and Peanut Butter and Cracker Stackers. The winning meal will be served at DPS and the students received an all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.C. in June to compete at the national competition at the U.S. Department of Education.

Cooking up Change® is a national healthy cooking competition launched by Healthy Schools Campaign.  It challenges teams of high school culinary students to create menu items that are not only healthy, but also meet nutrition guidelines and the budgetary constraints (about $1 per meal) that School Food Services programs across the country face today.  It’s a program that allows students to be involved in the conversation as campuses across the country strive to serve healthful, great-tasting school food that their classmates would enjoy eating at school.

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