The culinary program at Homewood-Flossmoor High School is so popular that some students have been turned away. Now the District 233 school board is considering adding a restaurant management course to the curriculum.
The culinary program has three classes. This year, there are 227 students in the 10 sections of Culinary I offered during the first semester, and there will be 207 students in the second-semester Culinary II course. There are 81 students in the Advanced Culinary course.
Staff had to hold off admitting more students due to limited space in the foods labs and students are on . . .
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