DAILY BULLETIN

MAY 14th & 15th
PE locker clean-out.

PE LOCKER CLEANOUT SCHEDULE

GRADELAST NAMEDATETIME
9th and 11thA -LThursday May 14th9 - 10 am
9th and 11thM - ZThursday May 14th10 - 11 am
10th and 12thA - LFriday May 15th9 - 10 am
10th and 12thM - ZFriday May 15th10 - 11 am

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TODAY TO:

no one

HAPPY BIRTHDAY THIS WEEKEND TO:

May 16th James Engstrom, Gage Garrison, and Cosette Wahlstrom
May 17th  Noah Bunting and Ethan Mulhair

TODAY MAY 15th IS: NATIONAL CHOCOLATE CHIP DAY

On May 15th, we recognize a morsel of a thing on National Chocolate Chip Day!

Have you ever wondered how a single ingredient would change a recipe? If it weren’t for one curious baker, it would be hard to imagine where we would be without the invention of chocolate chips.

In 1937, Ruth Graves Wakefield of Whitman Massachusetts must have been curious about what a little bit of chocolate would add to her cookies. While working at the Toll House Inn, she added cut-up chunks of a semi-sweet Nestle chocolate bar to a cookie recipe. The cookies were a huge success and in 1939 Wakefield signed an agreement with Nestle to add her recipe to the chocolate bar’s packaging. In exchange for the recipe, Wakefield received a lifetime supply of chocolate. The Nestle brand Toll House cookies were named for the Inn.

Nestle initially included a small chopping tool with the chocolate bars, too. Starting in 1941, Nestle and other competitors started selling the chocolate in chip or morsel form. For the first time, bakers began making chocolate chip cookies without chopping up the chocolate bar first.

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