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ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • KISAC MS Girls Volleyball @KISJ on February 29th - March 2nd.
  • SKAC HS Basketball Finals @GIFS/Samcheonpo Gym on February 28th.
  • Registration for Season 3 ASA from February 28th - March 4th.
  • GIDAS Dress Down Day on February 27th.
  • SKAC MS Girls Volleyball Tournament @BFS on February 26th.
  • SKAC MS Boys Volleyball Tournament @DIS on February 26th.
  • Don't forget your spirit shirts on Friday.
The Student News Site of Daegu International School

Jets Flyover

The Student News Site of Daegu International School

Jets Flyover

Mini Maestros of the Mixing Bowl

Baking Club presents elementary chefs with a delicious opportunity
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Sankeeth Udayakumar
Mrs. Kim and Mrs. Morissette round up eager bakers to show off another day of successful delicacies. The young chefs fill their mouths with cupcakes and bring the leftovers home for friends and family.

If you stroll through the dorm lobby on any Thursday afternoon, an irresistible aroma from the brand-new kitchen fills your nose. The enticing smell lures you to check out the source. Step into the realm of baking enthusiasts, where elementary school chefs whip up delicious creations.

Adorable teddy-bear cookies are first-grader Elena Nam’specialty. The chocolate bows add to the charm. (Sankeeth Udayakumar)

 

Mrs. Jinsol Kim, the adviser, makes the recipes for the students. “I make recipes based on what students enjoy and want to bake,” she said. While the dulces heat up in the oven, the students chatter in the dorm lobby. Chefs also play table tennis with Ms. Morissette, who helps cook up recipes.

 

Over the years, elementary schoolers sustained the club with their consistent interest in the joy of baking at school with their peers. “I joined the baking club because I want to be a pâtissier when I grow up,” said Viviana Kwon in third grade.

Intently engaged in her artwork, second-grader Viviana Kwon prepares to sketch sweet animals onto her chocolate chip cookies. (Sankeeth Udayakumar)

ASA participants craft scrumptious treats like brownies, donuts, and chocolate chip cookies. With every session, they further hone their abilities, which include flour preparation, mixing up ingredients, and dough preparation.

Jiah Lipsky in 2nd grade expresses her love for fuzzy creatures through her bunny-shaped cookies. Each features a white chocolate fur coat and chocolate eyes. (Sankeeth Udayakumar)

Anna Choi, a third-grade kitchen novice, said, “My favorite thing to bake is what we baked last time: cookies! They were yummy.”

Isabelle Tose in 3rd grade indulges in a mouthwatering moment as she savors the delightful flavors of her sugar cookies. (Sankeeth Udayakumar)

After the young cooks take a bite from their creations, they gather the leftovers into zip-lock baggies, ready to bring a taste of their culinary success back home to family and friends. Soi Shin, a second-grade chef, said, “I like to share the snacks with my siblings.” 

Soi Shin in 2nd grade presents her latest creation: a star-shaped cookie topped with a colorful array of sprinkles, chocolate, and strawberry syrup. (Sankeeth Udayakumar)

As soon as ASA registration kicks off, eager bakers fill in all available spots within mere seconds. Mrs. Kim’s pride in the activity and the student’s culinary engagement results in a sweet season of delightful goodies both within the dorm kitchen and at home with their families. 

 

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About the Contributors
Kevin Huh, Writer
Kevin Huh, an aspiring 7th grade journalist, starts his Jets Flyover career strong as he joins the ASA with a passion for social issues, both local and international. He enjoys travel, especially new places and experiences, which warrants his interests.
Luna Kang, Section Editor
Luna, after 13 long years, finally enters her last act as a senior at DIS. She vibes with illustration and photography, but also takes great interest in music and literature. Having been with the Flyover for over half her time here, Luna reads and spices up almost every article that gets published. So far, her own best articles are in the feature categories - Go check them out!
Sankeeth Udayakumar, Photographer/Designer
Sankeeth, a sophomore in high school returns for his third year in Jets Flyover. He found himself an avid fan of comics and just found a new hobby recently. He loves photography and kicked off his brand new career. Developing his camera skills, he captures memories around the campus and sends out witty graphics from time to time. He expects this year to be a great year for the newspaper.
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    SolaJan 10, 2024 at 2:21 pm

    Those look delicious!!

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    Joseph BeckDec 6, 2023 at 6:24 pm

    That looks sooo good guys! I think you guys are really good at cooking!

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