LAKE CHARLES, La. (AP) — COVID-19 and hurricane problems have pressured college students and faculty at Saint Louis Catholic High College to get resourceful in their hands-on understanding. Less than the way of Barbara McHale, family members and consumer science teacher, outdoor cooking and grilling has been the focus of this semester’s instruction.
Like substantially of the rest of the campus, the school’s typical family and consumer science classroom is not useable owing to hurricane hurt. “The college ordered some grills as a result of donation so that’s how we’re learning how to prepare dinner, bake on grills, do all types of unique food on the grills,” McHale claimed.