A Sweet Treat: Ernest Ward Culinary Students Share Program With School Board

November 15, 2019

Students from the Ernest Ward Middle School Culinary Academy presented to the Escambia County School Board, and left them with a sweet treat, Thursday afternoon.

They described the program to the board and shared a video from last year’s “Cupcake Wars” betweens teams of culinary students. Board members received double chocolate cupcake brownies prepared by eighth grade culinary students.

There are 153 students enrolled in the Ernest Ward Culinary Academy, which is a feeder program for the culinary academy at Northview High School. The academy’s director is Somer Bridges.

Pictured top: Ernest Ward Middle School Culinary Academy students Jackson Bridges, Leila Mason, Sarah Bailey and Allyson Jones. Pictured below: The students explain the program and share brownies with the school board Thursday afternoon. Photos for NorthEscambia.com, click to enlarge.

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2 Responses to “A Sweet Treat: Ernest Ward Culinary Students Share Program With School Board”

  1. Northview peoplesssss on November 15th, 2019 7:58 pm

    good job im at ur school keep up the good work and work hard we r depending on you!!!

  2. Marie on November 15th, 2019 9:46 am

    So PROUD of all of these kiddos! As well as Mrs. Bridges! Couldn’t ask for a better teacher and mentor to these kids. EWMS is blessed to have her as a part of their family!





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