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Panther's Den

Welcome to the Panther's Den web page, Pamela Diebold, Instructor. 
I am so excited to be teaching at Bartlett High School and teaching Culinary Arts. 
Culinary Arts I, II, III are part of a Program of Study in Career and Technical Education (CTE) called Hospitality and Tourism.  



Culinary Arts equips students with the foundational skills necessary to pursue careers in the culinary field as a banquet chef, caterer, executive chef, and food and beverage manager. Courses cover topics that range from kitchen safety and sanitation, history of the food services industry, careers, nutrition, recipe basics, proper kitchen tools and equipment, and kitchen staples, to food presentation, advanced cooking principles, bakeshop preparation skills, professionalism, and business opportunities. Upon completion of this program of study, students will have applied a full range of knowledge and skills in culinary arts and built a professional portfolio in preparation for future training at the postsecondary level.  Students in this program will be able to sit for the ServSafe Managers Certification.



Students in this program of study will be eligible to join FCCLA, Family, Career and Community Leaders of America.  In addition to school events, students will be able to compete at the district or regional, state, and national level. Involvement in FCCLA offers students the opportunity to expand their leadership potential and develop skills for life—planning, goal setting, problem solving, decision making, and interpersonal communication—necessary in the home and workplace.  Students should walk away from their high school career with experience in competing, networking, applying course content, and more!  Feel free to contact me to learn more about FCCLA or visit






Week at a Glance Culinary II

Culinary II Agenda - November 9 - 13


Hybrid students - Knife anatomy worksheet is due to me today.  Email the worksheet to me today.  I will need it today in order for you to get full credit.

Virtual students - Continue to work on iCEV lesson. 


All students - stay tuned more to come this week.


I will be on Zoom on Tuesdays for Open Office Hours at 1:15 - 1:45.  If you have any questions, or just want to chat, check in on Tuesdays.  We will zoom during your class time on Fridays.  Remember to be on time and prepared to discuss the work from that week.  


FCCLA is a student organization for students that are enrolled or have been enrolled in a Family and Consumer Sciences class.  FCCLA represents Family Career and Community Leaders of America.  More to follow on this great student organization.