Black Mesa CattleWomen Sponsored the Hotchkiss K-8 Beef Cook Off
Every six weeks a new class at the Hotchkiss K-8, begins learning about different life skills. The class includes a unit about Cooking. Black Mesa CattleWomen sponsors the event. The students are provided information on beef nutrition, proper cooking and recipes. A competition is held at the end of the six weeks where the students’ knowledge is assessed with a written test and a cooking activity that includes, developing a menu, gathering ingredients and following a recipe, using proper cooking techniques, and setting a table. The students are scored by CattleWomen judges using a rubric. The following day Black Mesa CattleWomen member, Nancy Carlson, presented the awards.
First Place – The Spice Girls: Left to right- Damon Fausett, Kailynn Carpenter, Paul Fisher, Isaiah Moreno.
Second Place – The French Toast Mafia: Left to right- Alexyss Horton, Kacie McCullum, Mikenna Carpenter, William Bullard.
Third Place - Las Tres Chicas: Left to right- Vianney Mendoza, Liliahna Guy, Hailey Carr.
Fourth Place – Stud Muffins: Left to right- Dalton Rodman, Carter Neff, Tyler Marks-not pictured.
Fifth Place – Left to right- Yandel Guereque, Pablo Camacho, Sawyer Handy and kneeling is Tel Bullard.
Just a few weeks late getting this out!
The 8B Red Team was able to put a huge stop to Cedaredge in the first round of play which earned them a game later in the day. In their 2nd round of play they were matched up against a tough Delta team that had beaten them earlier in the season by 20 points, but in tournament play Hotchkiss was able to rally and come out victorious 19-16. Team Members included- Bottom left, Manager-Kenny Drobohlav, Lottie Hollembeak, Micah Cooper-Sponseller, 8th Grade Coach - Mrs. Lynette Clock. Top left - 7th Grade Coach Miss Jessi Mautz, Indigo Miller-Barnes, Electra Lovato, Tessa Griffith, Candace Siebler, Lauryn Kiefer, Vianney Mendoza.
Jasmine Soria Macias
*Denotes Straight A’s
Zaid Vazquez Mendoza
Ian Van Horn*
*Denotes Straight A’s
Attn 5th-8th graders who volunteered last school year,
If you did some sort of volunteer experience last school year or during summer break you might want to apply for the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards. Application write-ups are posted on Mr's T's School Counselor bulletin board. HK8's local winners will receive a certificate of achievement and will be recognized at school for their efforts in volunteering. The state honorees will get a $1,000 scholarship, along with an expense paid trip to Washington DC for you and a parent.
You need to apply online and tell Mr. Trumbull you completed the application. The applications are due by Tuesday, November 5th, 2019.