Watching the parents eating crepes throughout the event, Rosen said she felt excited after working on perfecting them all week, she was “really happy” that her hard work paid off.
Senior Chloe Chriqui, one of three head chefs of the evening, was ecstatic about showcasing the skills that the students have learned in their culinary classes.
“It just makes me so happy. I love when parents can see what their kids are physically doing at school instead of just being [behind] their books,” Chriqui said. “Overall, I can’t complain. Nothing is broken and no one has food poisoning. Everything went really well, everyone loved the food.”