In order to get their pancakes, the students first had to get their plate and cup from the table where they wished to sit. After that, they had to stand in line and tell Brooke Reed, the chef, what kind of pancake they wished to have. Brooke would make the pancakes as they were ordered, which sort of slowed down the pancake making process. Erica Kotthoff was Brooke’s assistant and was just in charge of putting the mixture on the pan. After getting a fresh-cooked pancake, student-leaders would move along the table, adding any toppings that they wished to have.
When asked some general questions, such as what they liked about the breakfast and was it a good idea to recognize the leaders, this is what New Haven High School students had to say:
Senior Hannah Kruse stated, “I liked the strawberry syrup on the pancakes, and I think it was a good idea to recognize the leaders because it encourages those who work hard to lead the school. I also want to thank everyone for the breakfast.”
Junior Dakota Schroeder said, “ I liked all the different toppings that were offered. I think it was a nice way to recognize the NHHS leaders. I also want to say that I think Brooke was a great chef!”
Freshman Emma Engelbrecht replied, “ I liked how there was a vast variety of choices for everyone’s taste. Its a good way to recognize the leaders because it shows how much they are appreciated.
On behalf of the New Haven High School, thank you student leaders for your hard work and dedication!
--by Jenny Alvarez