Folding fun at CHS


Kathy Jo Mitchell, admissions representatives from Johnson & Wales University, works with Jakevia McDuffie at Clinton High School and others students in Tracy Hatcher’s class by showing them creative and fancy ways to fold napkins. During the visit, Mitchell discussed culinary essentials along with opportunities and scholarships available at the university, which has locations in Charlotte, Denver, North Miami, Fla., and Providence, R.I. At Clinton High School, students have the opportunity to participate in the Family Career Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) organization and the Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS) programs. Some of the topics include food, nutrition and parenting.


Kathy Jo Mitchell, admissions representatives from Johnson & Wales University, works with Jakevia McDuffie at Clinton High School and others students in Tracy Hatcher’s class by showing them creative and fancy ways to fold napkins. During the visit, Mitchell discussed culinary essentials along with opportunities and scholarships available at the university, which has locations in Charlotte, Denver, North Miami, Fla., and Providence, R.I. At Clinton High School, students have the opportunity to participate in the Family Career Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) organization and the Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS) programs. Some of the topics include food, nutrition and parenting.

Kathy Jo Mitchell, admissions representatives from Johnson & Wales University, works with Jakevia McDuffie at Clinton High School and others students in Tracy Hatcher’s class by showing them creative and fancy ways to fold napkins. During the visit, Mitchell discussed culinary essentials along with opportunities and scholarships available at the university, which has locations in Charlotte, Denver, North Miami, Fla., and Providence, R.I. At Clinton High School, students have the opportunity to participate in the Family Career Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) organization and the Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS) programs. Some of the topics include food, nutrition and parenting.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_JW-Visit_3.jpgKathy Jo Mitchell, admissions representatives from Johnson & Wales University, works with Jakevia McDuffie at Clinton High School and others students in Tracy Hatcher’s class by showing them creative and fancy ways to fold napkins. During the visit, Mitchell discussed culinary essentials along with opportunities and scholarships available at the university, which has locations in Charlotte, Denver, North Miami, Fla., and Providence, R.I. At Clinton High School, students have the opportunity to participate in the Family Career Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) organization and the Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS) programs. Some of the topics include food, nutrition and parenting.
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