“Courtney is a phenomenal guest speaker! She is informative and engaging when providing the facts, but personal and emotional when talking about her experience in having a child with Down Syndrome. Courtney is a wealth of information and is incredibly accessible and personal. She is one of the most caring and optimistic people that I have met and her light shines when she speaks. She is a great example to parents of children with special needs, as well as to professionals that work with children with special needs. I feel blessed that she was able to share her knowledge with my class!”
Let’s get cooking! DSACK’s Cooking Class uses cooking, games, and take-home recipes to teach students ages 13 and up about food safety, label reading, healthy eating, powering up with breakfast, meal planning, and budgeting.
The class is a collaborative effort with the Nutrition Education Program assistant with the Fayette County Extension Service. Taught in Extension’s commercial kitchen, students get hands-on experience in the planning and preparation of healthy meals.
Students must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
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