Graves Co. students learn canning skills - KFVS12 News & Weather Cape Girardeau, Carbondale, Poplar Bluff

Graves Co. students learn canning skills

Gateway students, Alex Reynolds, Draven Gilbert, Brenden Kazmierczak, Tyler Adams, Kaleb Morefield, Nick Hayden, and Kyle Richeal, work in an assembly line to prepare the vegetables for salsa. (Source: Graves Co. schools) Gateway students, Alex Reynolds, Draven Gilbert, Brenden Kazmierczak, Tyler Adams, Kaleb Morefield, Nick Hayden, and Kyle Richeal, work in an assembly line to prepare the vegetables for salsa. (Source: Graves Co. schools)
Gateway junior Alex Reynolds and senior Nick Hayden prepare a variety of peppers for the salsa they were making in their “fun”tional Fridays class with Graves County Extension Office. (Source: Graves Co. schools) Gateway junior Alex Reynolds and senior Nick Hayden prepare a variety of peppers for the salsa they were making in their “fun”tional Fridays class with Graves County Extension Office. (Source: Graves Co. schools)
Gateway senior Nick Hayden said he would love to have his own cooking show as he was chopping peppers in his Graves County Extension Office water-bath canning class recently. (Source: Graves Co. schools) Gateway senior Nick Hayden said he would love to have his own cooking show as he was chopping peppers in his Graves County Extension Office water-bath canning class recently. (Source: Graves Co. schools)
Gateway senior Brendan Kazmierczak and junior Tyler Adams show off their chopped cilantro they prepared with Virginia Langford at the Graves County Extension Office water-bath canning class. (Source: Graves Co. schools) Gateway senior Brendan Kazmierczak and junior Tyler Adams show off their chopped cilantro they prepared with Virginia Langford at the Graves County Extension Office water-bath canning class. (Source: Graves Co. schools)
Kaleb Morefield, Nick Hayden, and Kyle Richeal peeled onions and tomatoes preparing for their salsa canning project at the Graves County Extension Office. (Source: Graves Co. schools) Kaleb Morefield, Nick Hayden, and Kyle Richeal peeled onions and tomatoes preparing for their salsa canning project at the Graves County Extension Office. (Source: Graves Co. schools)
GRAVES COUNTY, KY (KFVS) -

Gateway students are learning canning skills, taught by Virginia Langford of the Graves County Extension Office.

This activity was part of the Gateway Academy High School's "fun"tional Fridays series.

Students sliced and diced vegetables to make their own salad. They will be completing several sessions with the extension office, Graves County Health Department and the Graves County ASAP.

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