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Culinary, Hospitality, and Event Management

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Something’s Cooking at MUSD High School
Picture of students preparing a dish

By Nancy Martinez, EGP Staff Writer

When the third period bell rings at the Applied Technology Center in Montebello, students like Jeeb Gonzalez get to work chopping vegetables, measuring ingredients, plating appetizers and cooking everything from breakfast burritos to fried chicken in the school’s state-of-the-art kitchen.

The pleasing aromas from their culinary creations fill the air, sparking pangs of hunger in anyone nearby.

But food is not the only thing students in ATC’s Culinary, Hospitality, and Educational Foundations (CHEF) pathway have been cooking up.

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