High school students from Frisco, Texas, Independent School District's Culinary Arts Program took on a challenge from Medical City Heart in Dallas and the Greater Dallas Restaurant Association to come up with healthy treats that kids can prepare for themselves. Left to right, Alessandra Bernd, 18; Jordan Molder, 17; Teresa Medrano, 18; Amanda Schneider, 18; Nataly Mora, 17; Don Nichols, 17; Everardo Zamarron, 18; Kendall Reding, 17; Brandon Teplansky, 16; MadisonPrichett, 18, (Juan Garcia/The Dallas Morning News/MCT)
High school students from Frisco, Texas, Independent School District's Culinary Arts Program took on a challenge from Medical City Heart in Dallas and the Greater Dallas Restaurant Association to come up with healthy treats that kids can prepare for themselves. Left to right, Alessandra Bernd, 18; Jordan Molder, 17; Teresa Medrano, 18; Amanda Schneider, 18; Nataly Mora, 17; Don Nichols, 17; Everardo Zamarron, 18; Kendall Reding, 17; Brandon Teplansky, 16; MadisonPrichett, 18, (Juan Garcia/The Dallas Morning News/MCT) MCT
High school students from Frisco, Texas, Independent School District's Culinary Arts Program took on a challenge from Medical City Heart in Dallas and the Greater Dallas Restaurant Association to come up with healthy treats that kids can prepare for themselves. Left to right, Alessandra Bernd, 18; Jordan Molder, 17; Teresa Medrano, 18; Amanda Schneider, 18; Nataly Mora, 17; Don Nichols, 17; Everardo Zamarron, 18; Kendall Reding, 17; Brandon Teplansky, 16; MadisonPrichett, 18, (Juan Garcia/The Dallas Morning News/MCT) MCT

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