ProStart students show off career-ready skills
Published 3:06 pm Thursday, January 7, 2016
On Dec. 11, the Davie High School Restaurant Management team catered for the Flow Honda Grand Opening event in Statesville. The ProStart class at Davie High prepared the food and the students on the competition team attended to provide the service.
Flow Honda in Statesville recently moved into a new showroom at 1003 Folger Drive in Statesville (down the street from their previous location) and had a ribbon cutting that day to celebrate. Flow Honda in Statesville is a supporter of Davie County Schools and provides a car for Davie County’s Teacher of the Year to drive throughout the school year. They are also a Premier Supporter of the ProStart program.
“Projects like this not only give our students real life experiences but allow us to serve the businesses in our community and show off the career ready skills we are teaching every day at the high school through all of our CTE programs,” said Mandy Hines who teaches Prostart and coaches the restaurant team at Davie. “I’m grateful for business leaders like Brian Nicolay at Flow Honda that invest in our students.”