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Welcome to . . . Culinary Arts M rs. Yvonne Bernino

Welcome to . . . Culinary Arts M rs. Yvonne Bernino. Culinary Arts Seating Chart. Red #1. Yellow #2. Blue #3. Purple #5. Supply Tables. Stoves.

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Welcome to . . . Culinary Arts M rs. Yvonne Bernino

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  1. Welcome to . . . Culinary ArtsMrs. Yvonne Bernino

  2. Culinary Arts Seating Chart Red #1 Yellow #2 Blue #3 Purple #5 Supply Tables Stoves Where am I suppose to sit?Please find your NAME CARD and sit at the table with the same color dot. Thiswill be your assigned table/team. Green #4 Orange #6

  3. Who is your teacher as a person? • Earned B.S. from NMSU in Las Cruces, NM • Exchange Student to Puerto Rico • Lived in California, New Mexico, and South Florida • Graduated from U of A • Johnson & Wales University – Miami and Denver • FACS-Ed 2009 New Teacher of the Year! • Continues to learn to better her students

  4. Your teacher is . . . a mom and wife

  5. FACS-Ed (family and consumer science education)2009 New Teacher of the Year

  6. A teacher . . .Who wants you to succeed!

  7. Will Mrs. Bernino treat you fairly? YES, Always!

  8. What will I be doing this year? • Teamwork- positive communication skills • Practice Safety & Sanitation • Operate our restaurant, CABS CUISINE • Explore careers in food service industry • Learn from Guest Chefs • Be active in FCCLA • Competitions . . . • Have FUN!!

  9. Competitions FCCLA C-CAP

  10. Iron Chef Competition video Tucson Meet Yourself

  11. Field Trips are a REWARD for excellent work performance

  12. Create delicious food! • Cooking is part of this class.

  13. Safety & Sanitation • Cleaning is most important!

  14. Culinary Arts Mission Statement To inspire the lives of all students so they will be successful both now and in the future. Reach for the stars!

  15. How will I be graded? Grades are based on points earned for: • Daily Assignments “Bell Work” • Projects and Presentations • Participation and Teamwork • Lab Work and Catering Events • Quizzes, Test, and Attendance

  16. What are the rules in this classroom? • Be on time • Be prepared • Treat peers, staff & guests with RESPECT • Follow all policies and procedures

  17. Classroom Guidelines • Guideline #1 Be in your assigned seat and working on the bell work before the tardy bell rings.

  18. Guideline #2 • Bring a pencil or pen everyday • Get your file from your class crate • Dress in your chef uniform (lab days) • Most important . . . Bring a positive attitude!

  19. Guideline #3 • Follow all directions.

  20. Guideline #4 • Treat each person in this room with respect and dignity including Faulty and Staff Substitutes Guest Chef/Speakers • Remember the GOLDEN RULE . . . “Do unto others, as you would have them to do unto you.”

  21. Guideline #5 • Follow all procedures and policies as outlined in the FWHS and Flowing Wells School District handbooks

  22. SPECIAL GUIDELINE • This classroom is a… NO WHINING ZONE. • That means that there will no whining for ANY reason. • Everything that I do is in your best interest, so please…RESPECT the “NO WHINING ZONE” this semester.

  23. Classroom Consequences POSITIVE NEGATIVE *Extra Credit * Loss of Points *Head/Sous Chef * Loss of Cooking Privileges *Field Trips * Detention/Referral *No Cleaning Pass * Cleaning Duty Task

  24. Severe Violation • Any student who uses profanity, fights, damages school property (this includes the property of the teacher and other students), or is disrespectful (as defined by the teacher) will be sent to the office IMMEDIATELY!

  25. Classroom Procedures • Entering the classroom/kitchen: • Please enter quietly • Have a seat at your assigned table • Take out your folder from your class crate and get out your bell work sheet • Begin bell work assignment

  26. February 14, 2010 • BELL WORK (posted on TV monitor) • “ Think of a restaurant you dined at recently. Was it a good experience? Bad Experience? What made it good or bad? Explain. • You will receive a stamp for points. Objective: Students will be able to understand the importance of following policies and procedures.

  27. When you are tardy • Enter quietly. • Excused: Sign-in the GREEN notebook • Unexcused: Sign-in the RED notebook (located by the front door) Have a seat and get your bell work journal from the class crate and begin the daily bell work.

  28. Getting your attention I will ring a bell… Followed by… “May I have your attention?” (this in not a question, but a command.)

  29. Turning in assignments • Each period has its own basket at the front of the classroom, by the front door. • Proper heading to include: First and Last NAME Period Date

  30. After an excused absence • Go to the homework BLACK FILE BOX • Refer to Calendar for missed assignment • Retrieve any handouts • NO MAKE-UP Work for unexcused absences

  31. Class Dismissal • The teacher dismisses you, not the bell • Do not start packing up prior to the bell • Wait until the teacher finishes and officially dismisses you with “ HAVE A NICE DAY!”

  32. “Special” Procedures These will be introduced on an “as needed” basis: • Library/Media center • Special guest • Progress reports • Working cooperatively • Fire drill • Assemblies • Substitute teachers • Daily video announcements

  33. Remember . . . “Believe in yourself . . . All things are possible” Mrs. Bernino

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