Buffalo School of Culinary Arts & Hospitality Management
On Monday, July 26, 2021, I returned to Buffalo School of Culinary Arts & Hospitality Management for a tour with Principal Katie Schuta, after having a delicious lunch at the school the week prior. The school occupies six floors in a beautifully renovated building at 75 W. Huron, where almost 400 students attend, along with students from OTC. We began our tour on the sixth floor where a relaxing library is located with a beautiful view that includes Lake Erie.
We then visited the Fitness Room and Gym, as well as classrooms where several students were in attendance for summer school. All were on-task and engaged, including a twelfth grade student who I met, named Willie. Willie is enrolled in the Mayor's Earn to Learn program with the goal to graduate in August.
Classroom, Gym, & Fitness Room:
Last, we visited some of the kitchen spaces, where students were hard at work preparing and cooking lunch.
At the end of the tour, I of course enjoyed another great lunch which included a delicious Roast Beef Sandwich and the Chicken & Andouille Soup. The week's menu:
Below is my Facebook post from my lunch on July 22 with additional pictures:
I had lunch today at the new Buffalo School of Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management at 75 W. Huron. I had the Black Bean Soup and Carved Turkey Sandwich. It was delicious!
I am sporting their new T-Shirt in the picture below purchased from their apparel shop, stocked with hats and T-shirts of several BPS High Schools.
I ran into one of our great Buffalo Pre-K Teachers, Janine Schuster (in photo below), who was on a break from teaching summer school at School 6.
Thank you to Principal Katie Schuta and Buffalo Teacher Michelle Cimato, wife of Ken-Ton Superintendent Sabitino Cimato, for the very warm welcome! A job well done to all staff and students! Be sure to stop in...I HIGHLY recommend it!
Learn more about this high school gem here: Buffalo School of Culinary Arts & Hospitality Management