Baking bread provides Oxnard college students and Santa Paula company alongside one another

Catrina P. Smith

Evelina Ochoa was working around the house when she heard her nephew’s teacher talk about a specific challenge they would not be capable to do with each other since of distant learning.

“He was speaking about how he normally, every faculty 12 months, makes bread with his college students,” Ochoa explained.

She’s referring to Rickey Koga, a next-grade teacher at Rio del Sol STEAM School in Oxnard. Like numerous instructors all around the county and place, he’s been instructing his course via stay courses on line.

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Ochoa overheard him talk about perhaps putting together bread baking kits for the students, which sparked an concept.

“You know what, the previous point I want is a teacher to go and acquire every thing,” stated Ochoa, who heard how compassionate and terrific Koga was with the pupils.

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