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Cholla High’s education kitchen to get makeover

Citizen Staff Writer

Cholla High Magnet School’s Exceptional Education kitchen has won a $40,000 to $60,000 makeover in a Tucson Remodel for Charity event, Tucson Unified School District officials said.

The makeover at the school, 2001 W. Starr Pass Blvd., will be done April 17-19, said Exceptional Education teacher Susan Crowe.

Crowe and another Exceptional Education teacher, Scott Kloefkorn, nominated the kitchen, which is used in a life-skills program “to help mildly cognitively impaired students develop independent skills for living after they finish high school,” Crowe said.



Cholla High’s Exceptional Education kitchen wins makeover

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