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Help students become self sufficient in the kitchen by learning to cook healthier home made food with weekly cooking labs.

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Relevant-Cooking Labs

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School:
St. Petersburg High School 
Subject:
Other 
Teacher:
Shelly Jacobson 
Students Impacted:
400 
Grade:
9-12 
Date:
December 18, 2015

Investor

Thank you to the following investor for funding this grant.

 

Junior League of St. Petersburg - $492.00

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Goal

Help students become self sufficient in the kitchen by learning to cook healthier home made food with weekly cooking labs. 

 

What will be done with my students

Students will have a cooking lab once a week helping them to gain experience and confidence in the kitchen. 

 

Benefits to my students

Students will save money by cooking at home as well as have a healthier lifestyle from not eating as much fast food. They will live longer and healthier as a result of this. 

 

Describe the Students

I teach ESE, traditional, and AP students. I tend to have a lot of ESE students as I try to have a very structured class.  

 

Budget Narrative

Right now all of my classes are at maximum capacity, but my grocery budget has not increased to accommodate this. My budget currently only allows $5 per student. This grant will allow students to cook for several more weeks without paying a lab fee that many could not afford. 

 

Items

# Item Cost
1 White Rice 8.92 X 2 $27.00
2 Soy Sauce 5.08 x 6 $31.00
3 Frozen Peas 1x25 $25.00
4 Frozen Peas and Carrots 1 X 20 $20.00
5 Macaroni 1 X 30 $30.00
6 Spaghetti 1 X 30 $30.00
7 Cream of Mushroom Soup .75 X 24 $18.00
8 Tomato Sauce 3.28 X 20 $66.00
9 Ramen Soup 2.98 X 10 $30.00
10 Vegetable Oil 2.44 X 10 $25.00
11 Fiesta Cheese 18.98 X 10 $190.00
  Total: $492.00

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