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This year, Mountain View High School has experimented with a new way to showcase their culinary program. For the past several months Wayne Yeatman's culinary class has held a one a month student run cafe that is open to the public. Yeatman says he's giving the students a chance for a real life restaurant experience.  He says at first, students thought that only teachers would come: “I’d rather have the restaurant community embrace it and have them be the guests. Nothing against teachers; I’m a teacher; but they come from industry. And so they can come and not only give an honest opinion, but it's really good profile forthe kids, because they get to see our kids in action and it could lead to internships and jobs and things like that." Yeatman said about 40 people came each time they held the cafe. The cafe will be closed until the fall when they will start up the cafe again.

 

 

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