Farmers Donate Food for Students to Cook in Class

Culinary arts and other instructors from 15 high schools collect first of three weekly donations from local agriculture industry at the SJCOE

About 2,725 high school students from six San Joaquin County school districts will learn how to cook in the classroom using the more than 500 pounds of cheese, olives, pumpkins, dry garbanzo beans, walnuts, and beef, donated by the San Joaquin-Stanislaus CattleWomen, San Joaquin Chapter of California Women for Agriculture, and San Joaquin Farm Bureau Federation! Today marked the first of three donation pickups, which are coordinated by the SJCOE.

Posted: 10/28/2019