High school students earn ServSafe certifications

Seven Pattonville High School culinary arts students successfully completed the standards set forth for the ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification examination.

“The ServSafe Manager certificate verifies that a manager or person-in-charge has sufficient food safety knowledge to protect the public from food borne illness,” family and consumer sciences teacher Mary Favazza said. “The certification is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) under the Conference for Food Protection Standards (CFP).

Those students are Brian Partee, Maliyah Harris, Guadalupe Lopez Chanocua, Madison Buchheit, Gabrielle Beckham, Sierra Schuster and Carly Caesar. Their certifications are valid until 2028.

In addition, 34 students in Favazza’s Introduction to Culinary Arts classes at Pattonville High School earned their ServSafe Food Handler Certificate this semester. ServSafe is a food and beverage safety training and certificate program administered by the National Restaurant Association. Each student is now certified until 2026.

Students earning their certifications were:

6th hour: William Barron, Maria Chavez Medina, Nicole Cobbs, Jabari Coleman, Luis Coreas, Natalia Cruz, Davion Curtiss, Ethan Dickerson, Breon Jones, Eliane Luhata, Tyler McDaniel, Ryan Medley, Katie Pina, Christopher Simpson, Jack White and Jayden Williams.

7th hour: Nehemia Arefaine, Nadine Awad, Anyssa Basler, Je-Niyah Bateman, Wezi Chirwa, Serenity Clay, Floyd Davis III, Joseph Guy, Willis Harris, Zackary Kubiak, Lufailio Lapaix, Yazmine Lumpkins, Patricia Menga, Darla Ortega, Talisa Prabhu, Zaria Purvey and Kylie Surratt.


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