The school won a $15,000 grant from the Hellman's Real Food Movement and used the money to makeover their kitchen.
Chef Hughes was in the City today and spent time with the students cooking chicken fingers and guacamole.
He says everywhere he goes in this country in a group of five students, one will become the chef.
Hughes adds when the kids cook together they are talking and sharing lunch but they are also communicating on another level which is a gift for life.
Community School Co-ordinator Krista Turnbull tells CHSJ News the kitchen reno last month would not have been possible without the help of their PALS partner Irving Tissue.
School District Superintendent Zoe Watson says it's fun to stand back and watch the kids in their chef's hats and aprons adding it's a positive day for everybody.
To learn more about the Hellmann's Real Food Movement grant program, click here