Recipe for success: West Seattle High School @ CookieFest

December 10, 2012 at 8:53 pm | In West Seattle news, West Seattle schools | Comments Off

Congratulations to the West Seattle High School ProStart students for their star turn at this past Saturday’s annual CookieFest – here’s how the school announced their achievement (sharing photos too):

For the second year in a row, the West Seattle High School ProStart students have amazed crowds at the Seattle Macy’s annual CookieFest celebration. In this event, consumers pay a set fee for a cookie box, and then the “mad” dash begins to get their choice dozen cookies from the banquet room full of cookie vendors.

ProStart was selected as one of only three schools in Washington to participate in this event alongside numerous bakeries around the Seattle area. Not only do the proceeds for CookieFest support the Seattle Milk Fund, but the event also gives our students the opportunity to work next to prestigious bakeries in a catering role, work toward planning and creating beautiful and consistent bakery products, and earn well-deserved community service hours.

The West Seattle High School students chose the theme this year as “Mad Hatter Holiday Tea Party.”

Thank you to those of you who supported our students as well as the Seattle Milk Fund. We hope to participate again next year!

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