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School Bus Food Truck

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A school bus-turned-food-truck will be used by Bend High culinary students at events and sports games this spring. The school district donated the bus to the culinary program. It's outfitted with a flat-top grill, cold food prep area and a three-compartment sink, thanks to a grant from the Oregon Department of Education. The advanced culinary class at Bend High has divided into three groups, and each one will choose their own food truck concept. Students will be responsible for developing a menu, coming up with a name, advertising, costs, recipes and front of house. The money from food truck sales goes back into the culinary fund.

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