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“She came into my office saying, ‘Rene, we have a moose! We have a moose!'” said Martin.
This is when the students of Mrs. Boron’s American Government class “sprung into action,” according to the Haines Glacier Bears’ Facebook post.
Under the direct supervision of Stickler and the HBSD food service staff, about 20 students mostly juniors and seniors assisted with processing and deboning the carcass.
Prior to processing the moose, Martin said the varying experience levels of the students were “a mixed bag.” A few of the students were avid hunters, some had family members who hunt, and others had zero experience, she said.
Coincidentally, Martin said the school was celebrating Spirit Week, when the moose carcass was donated. Wednesday just so happened to be .
Martin said she expects the meat to last several meals, especially since a portion of it was frozen.
“We love having local items,” said Martin. “We try to home cook as much as we can, within federal guidelines.”
She said school meals made with the moose meat include: moose stew, moose tacos, moose burgers and moose spaghetti sauce.
After the students finished processing the moose, Haines Glacier Bears said the bones were donated to the American Bald Eagle Association, in an attempt to minimize waste.
“One of the great things about small Alaskan Schools is that sometimes we can drop everything when an opportunity arises,” claimed the Haines Glacier Bears.