For Wilmer-Hutchins High School juniors Paloma Quiroga and Jeremy Tezano, three years of dedication to the Culinary Arts program is helping them cook up something special.
On Feb. 20, eight student teams from five Dallas ISD high schools competed in the Cooking up Change culinary competition sponsored by the Healthy Schools Campaign. As the first place team, Quiroga and Tezano earned an all-expense paid trip to Washington D.C. in June to compete in the national competition against other high school culinary teams from around the country.
Quiroga and Tezano’s accomplishments have made them the CW 33 Class Acts of the Week, presented by Time Warner Cable. Click here to see the CW33 news story on the duo.