Lincoln High’s culinary arts space to be bigger, better


By next fall, the culinary arts classroom at Lincoln High School will be transformed to include a professional kitchen, classroom/restaurant, private dining room and more as part of a $2.25 million, 5,400-square-foot renovation and expansion of the learning environment.

The Entrepreneurial Culinary Arts Program will offer training that will prepare students for employment in the food services industry or serve as a springboard for college studies in that career path. The program is organized into four federally-identified career pathways: restaurant and food service/beverages; lodging; travel and tourism; and recreation, amusements and attractions.

Construction started in January and is expected to be complete at the end of July, ready for the start of the 2015-2016 school year.

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