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Fallbrook High students Sabrina Garcia, left, and Illiana Arias display their cake, titled “Patty Wagon” for judging in the annual Decorated Cake Contest. The other team member was Sasha Roberts; “Patty Wagon” won first place in period 4.
Fallbrook High students Sabrina Garcia, left, and Illiana Arias display their cake, titled “Patty Wagon” for judging in the annual Decorated Cake Cont...
The students who created the “Super Hero Cake,” from left, Haley Tork, Jonathan Jara, Grace Maranon and Weston Jones, have their picture taken by their teacher.
The students who created the “Super Hero Cake,” from left, Haley Tork, Jonathan Jara, Grace Maranon and Weston Jones, have their picture taken by thei...
Foods and Nutrition teacher Lynette Shires, right, shows art teacher Emily Hammer the second place cakes from periods 1 and 2 during the judging phase for the period 4 class
Foods and Nutrition teacher Lynette Shires, right, shows art teacher Emily Hammer the second place cakes from periods 1 and 2 during the judging phase...
J Daijon Sumpter, left, and Brooke Straeter, add last minute touches to their “Cupid’s Prize” cake. The Mickey Mouse cake behind them took first place in period 5.
J Daijon Sumpter, left, and Brooke Straeter, add last minute touches to their “Cupid’s Prize” cake. The Mickey Mouse cake behind them took first place...
From left, the team of Carina Ruiz, Eunice Varela, Karina Guadalupe Ramirez pose with their “17th Birthday Cake” which earned second place in period 4. Tanya Garcia also worked on this cake.
From left, the team of Carina Ruiz, Eunice Varela, Karina Guadalupe Ramirez pose with their “17th Birthday Cake” which earned second place in period 4...
The “Hawaiian Tropical Cake,” the top-rated cake in period 1, is the work of Saya Shaw, Rosaria Francisco, Lupe Valencia and Megan Myers.
The “Hawaiian Tropical Cake,” the top-rated cake in period 1, is the work of Saya Shaw, Rosaria Francisco, Lupe Valencia and Megan Myers.
This animal print cake, “The Jungle,” is the first place winner for period 2 and was made by Esmeralda Aguilar, Iris Alcaraz, Kellie Fyffe and Liliana Trejo.
This animal print cake, “The Jungle,” is the first place winner for period 2 and was made by Esmeralda Aguilar, Iris Alcaraz, Kellie Fyffe and Liliana...
“One Sweet Ride,” first place winner in period 6, is the creation of Katrina Argamosa, Deanne Do, Kailey Maddock, and Andy Hendrickson.
“One Sweet Ride,” first place winner in period 6, is the creation of Katrina Argamosa, Deanne Do, Kailey Maddock, and Andy Hendrickson.
From left, "The Rolling Stones" cake is the work of Roberto Hernandez, Miguel Chavarria, Stephanie Gutierrez and, not pictured, Trent Heller.
From left, "The Rolling Stones" cake is the work of Roberto Hernandez, Miguel Chavarria, Stephanie Gutierrez and, not pictured, Trent Heller.
Cake decorators, from left, Brooke Straeter, Lydia, Gomez, Briana Lipkins, and J Daijon Sumpter pose with "Cupid’s Prize."
Cake decorators, from left, Brooke Straeter, Lydia, Gomez, Briana Lipkins, and J Daijon Sumpter pose with "Cupid’s Prize."
Teacher Deborah Schafnitz fills out the judging sheet for the "Super Hero Cake" created by a team of students in the fourth period Foods & Nutrition class.
Teacher Deborah Schafnitz fills out the judging sheet for the "Super Hero Cake" created by a team of students in the fourth period Foods & Nutrition c...
Nicole Carter sits with her team's "Madd Hatter" cake during the judging of the decorated cake contest on Feb. 27. The other members of the team were Diana Acevedo, Alana Fowler and Katie Smith.
Nicole Carter sits with her team's "Madd Hatter" cake during the judging of the decorated cake contest on Feb. 27. The other members of the team were ...

Fallbrook High students achieve sweet success with cake creations


Thursday, March 14th, 2013
Issue 11, Volume 17.
Lucette Moramarco
Staff Writer


The Foods & Nutrition classes at Fallbrook High School held their annual Decorated Cake Contest the last part of February. Six teams of four students each designed and constructed a cake in each class period with judging held on Feb. 27.

The students had 10 class periods to design, make and decorate their cakes with two boxed cake mixes, homemade fondant and a choice of nine decorating techniques. Teachers from around the school rated the cakes on the base coat, edge trim, use of color, neatness, creativity and overall presentation.

The project required the students to Advertisement
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use their planning, team work, leadership and time management skills. The winning cakes from each class period were put on display in the school library.

Decorated cake winners

Period 1

1st Place: Hawaiian Tropical Cake

2nd Place: Pac Man

3rd Place: Cheshire Cat

Period 2

1st Place: Animal Print Cake

2nd Place: Paradise Island

3rd Place: Refuse To Sink

Period 4

1st Place: Patty Wagon

2nd Place: 17th Birthday Cake

3rd Place: The Rolling Stones

Period 5

1st Place: Magic Mickey

2nd Place: Ruggers (Rugby)

3rd Place: M&M cake

Period 6

1st Place: One Sweet Ride

2nd Place: El Pinguino

3rd Place: iPhone


 

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Comment #1 | Friday, Mar 15, 2013 at 2:51 pm
These students are expressing their creativity while learning a valuable skill. Who knows how many of these kids may become master bakers someday. Dr. Mitchell: SAVE Fallbrook High's wonderful ROP programs!!

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