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Grandview Prostart Competes at Johnson and Wales Competition

Please help me CONGRATULATE the following ProStart competitors for their accomplishments at the 18th annual Colorado ProStart Invitational Competition at Johnson & Wales University on Friday March 3rd, 2017!!

Grandview High School placed:

2nd in Culinary competition

3rd in Management competition

1st place Overall, earning the traveling Sysco Hospitality Cup Trophy AND $500 towards our program!


Wok ‘n Roll Asian Fusion Restaurant Concept- Placed 3rd!

Management team competitors:                                  Management team mentors:

Alyssa Roberts- 12th grade (Eaglecrest)                        Tim Lynott- Chili’s

Zach Tran- 12th grade (Grandview HS)                          Joe Morley- Chili’s

Tala Adi- 11th grade (Grandview HS)                             Val Bailey- Retired ProStart teacher/CRAEF mentor

Ashley Moreland- 11th grade (Eaglecrest)                   
Makayla Brunell- 11th grade (Eaglecrest)                                    


CULINARY COMPETITION- Placed 2nd! Highest Grandview has ever scored!


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Appetizer: Ratatouille and a Red Pepper Romesco sauce        Entrée: Colorado Striped Bass with a citrus beurre blanc         Dessert: Molten Chocolate Lava cake with Raspberry & Passion fruit & baby vegetables  & a Tahitian vanilla bean ice cream.                                                                                    

Culinary team competitors:                                            Culinary team mentors:

Kristina Armijo- 12th grade                                              
Ryan McGrory- YaYa’s Bistro

Trevor Wurtsmith- 12th grade                                       
Elliot Jones- YaYa’s Bistro Executive


Nicole Palacios- 12th   grade     

Kyle Tatlock- 11th grade

Jacorri Daughtry- 11th grade

A HUGE THANK YOU to all of our support this past year in preparation for the competition: Alan Rydlund & his architecture students, Lainie Kirsch, Arlene Laughton, Lisa Sprague, Scott Bond, Jay Moore, and most of all, to ALL PARENTS who helped support their students in this experience!

Audra Dunleavy

Grandview H.S. FACS Dept.
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