Seaside High School’s culinary arts program is growing this year under the leadership of new full-time teacher Chelsea Archibald whose hiring was officially approved by the Seaside School District Board of Directors during its meeting Sept. 18.

Archibald will be teaching four courses each trimester to offer students more opportunities to study culinary arts. During the fall semester, her classes include Cooking For Real Life, Culinary Arts and Pro Culinary Arts, as well as a class for the ProStart Program to prepare students for cooking competitively in the spring.

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