|Our OMHS students were able to experience the business side of promoting a product. They set up a table, displayed and advertised their School House Granola the the Jeff State Holiday Bazaar.|
Friday, November 30, 2018
Wednesday, November 28, 2018
We want to thank Brad Bailey for allowing our Shelby County School's Work Instruction program to partner with Blue Rain Car Wash. At the end of the day, not only do they deliver a car that is cleaner, shinier, and drier than anyone else around, but they do so in manner that is ultimately more “green.”
Washing your car no longer has to be the unpleasant chore you try to put off. Clean, shiny, and dry in 3 minutes! Come see why the Blue Rain Express is the truly the best car wash experience for your money.
Our Oak Mountain High School student started his first day of non-paid work instruction by touring the Blue Rain Car Wash and learning about the operations of this one of a kind car wash.
Blue Rain Express is one of the most technologically advanced car washes in the United States. Every single aspect of this concept, from the kinds of biodegradable chemicals they employ, to their ability to reclaim and recycle the water used, and the dual belted conveyor system, was chosen so that they could create a car wash that is easier for the driver and better for the environment.
Thursday, November 15, 2018
We had a wonderful vendor turnout of for the first of two Transition Fairs for area Shelby County Schools, Pelham, and Alabaster. The Transition Fairs are sponsored by the schools and Al. Department of Rehabilitation Services. The represented agencies/ vendors provide valuable services for students with disabilities.
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Monday, November 12, 2018
|The Calera High students helped Mr. Monty label containers for the weekly soups that are produced at Spoon & Ladle.|
They prepare a variety of high quality soups in small batches several times each week including Brunswick Stew and Chicken and Adouille Sausage Gumbo.
Wednesday, November 7, 2018
There are always new things to experience at Neighborhood Brew. Today our Chelsea High School student learned how to stamp cup sleeves, create frappucchinos and make egg scrambles. She did a great job greeting and serving customers.
Tuesday, November 6, 2018
It's hard to believe the holidays are upon us. Highland Gourmet Scones was bustling today with scones being baked and shipped around the country. One of our Oak Mountain High School students got to try a Cafe Mocha scone for the first time. A wonderful treat after labeling Cherry Amaretto, Hazelnut Chocolate Chip, Lemon Blueberry, Orange Cranberry, and Original Golden Raisin bags.
Our other OMHS student has become a "master" stamper. He has perfected the crest to look like it is part of the bag...something that I can't do after a year! Katy Caldwell, owner, shows the others how to put labels on the gold tins. A mountain of boxes and bags of packing filler await for the shipping of the scones.
Highland Gourmet Scones
210 Cahaba Valley Road
Pelham, AL 35124
Friday, November 2, 2018
|It was a cool, rainy day, but dry under the canopy for our Chelsea High student to help Mr. Tony detail the cars recently brought to the Auction Trade Auto Sales lot. He did a great job making the interior look like new.|