Grade 2 student, Esme Szudek shows off a pair of freshly iced snow people she decorated during a visit to Safeway on Dec.14. Szudek was one of dozens of students from Beairsto Elementary School to visit the store that morning for a cookie decorating session with the store’s bakery staff, followed by a tour of the store. (Erin Christie/Morning Star)

Beairsto students decorate Christmas cookies

Beairsto students get creative in the kitchen

Grade 2 students from Beairsto Elementary School were given a chance to satisfy their sweet tooth while flexing their creative muscles during a trip to Safeway at Vernon Square Mall on Dec.14. Students were taken on a tour of the store and treated to a cookie decorating session with the staff members of the store’s bakery. Each student decorated two cookies, which were later packaged for them to take home.

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There’s no harm in tasting while you work, right? Grade 2 student Finn Wolfe and Liam Phair taste-test their cookies while decorating them on a recent class trip to Safeway at Vernon Square Mall on Thursday morning. (Erin Christie/Morning Star)

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