Crockett Students Pass Restaurant Manager Certification Exam | WJHL

WASHINGTON COUNTY, Tenn. (WJHL) — Fifteen students from David Crockett High School have taken and passed an exam often required of restaurant managers.

A statement from the school says students in the Culinary Arts program received their certification as Servsafe managers upon successful completion. The exam demonstrates that participants understand the dangers of foodborne illnesses and know how to prevent them and promote safety.

The Crockett Culinary Program offers the Servsafe Manager Certification Exam at no cost to students. By being certified, students are already highly qualified should they choose to enter the restaurant industry.

“Students must undergo extensive training to pass the exam and are able to apply their knowledge in the classroom as students provide catering services to the school as well as to the public,” the statement said.

The students who received their certification are:

  • Gabriel Normand
  • Savannah Durham
  • Ava Miller
  • Snapp from Ireland
  • Katie Onks
  • Mackenzie Broughton
  • Kourtney Aloisio
  • Connor Carlson
  • Andrew Fasanati
  • Hannah Campbell
  • Alexis Hawkin
  • Lauren Hale
  • Harley Boehl
  • Maggie Bellamy
  • Caleb Painter

Crockett students can enter the culinary program as freshmen.

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