Students from 23 Delaware schools and institutions will bake nearly 20,000 yeast rolls to be distributed by the Delaware Food Bank on April 3-12 as part of the King Arthur Flour “Bake For Good” project.
Students will learn to make bread from scratch using math, science, reading and baking skills. The King Arthur Flour Bake for Good program works to build stronger communities and increase access and connection to real foods.
Participating are Appoquinimink High School, Baylor Women’s Correctional Center, Brandywine High School, Bayard Middle School, Caesar Rodney High School, Cape Henlopen High School, AI duPont High School, P.S. duPont Middle School, Dover Air Base Middle School, Dover High School, Howard High School of Technology, Laurel High School, Laurel Middle School, Middletown High School, Mt. Pleasant High School, Newark High School, Polytech High School, Postlethwait Middle School, Red Lion Christian School, Seaford Middle School, Shue-Medill Middle School, St. George’s Technical School and William Henry Middle School.