Thanks Deb! Paige quit Bon Appetit about 6 months after she graduated. I have concluded that most of the students I serve have parents no higher functioning than their child, and are not equipped to sustain their child in a job without outside support. When they are in school I put a ton of time into keeping everything flowing right with the child and parent. This often means helping them navigate through things that we don't give a moments worry to but they get stopped dead in their tracks with. This is why we are going to open our own pizzeria so as to be able to work through these issues as a lifetime project vs. just a 4-5 year like I currently do. We are going to use the pizzeria as a training center as well as employ the ones that shine. Walter
that's too bad, I was hoping she would be one that could breakout of the old mold, maybe in the future when she gets a little more mature she'll go back and use the skills you taught her. It must so frustrating for you. I think what you are doing is awesome and wish you success in Reno.