Blue Hole Cafe

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About


The Blue Hole Cafe originated as an exploratory program to introduce our students to Home Economics as well as to foster connections and communications within our community.  Students plan, prepare, and serve meals to our staff and faculty two days a week as well as to invited local organizations, churches, and civic groups.

In addition, the Cafe now prepares food for school events such as our annual Hometown Heroes Breakfast, retirement dinners, school board appreciation dinner, and the senior of the month banquet. Students also bake “goodies” for all student birthdays, to add to our family turkey meal give away in November, to distribute at the local nursing home, senior citizen facility and local government agencies. 

Students are improving their reading, math, and communication skills with every meal and/or goody made.  However, the biggest improvements have been the students desire to come to school which has increased attendance rates and overall achievement and has also strengthened the ties within and to our community.


This Week's Menu

Feb. 27th
Tomato Basil Soup
Cornbread Muffins


Mar. 3rd
Potato Soup
Breadsticks

Veggies from the Blue Hole Cafe garden.Delicious brownie bomb.Four generations at the Blue Hole Cafe!Getting ready for the BVPD.Celebrating our retired teachers.Baking cookies for the holidays.A visit from the BVPD.Dessert display.