Shawnee Mission East High School has had its own coffee shop, called Columbia Brew, for about 10 years. The school has partnered with The Roasterie, and they use it as a vocational tool for special education students. Mary Brazeal, a sophomore, works mornings in the shop doing a variety of tasks, and even delivers coffee to teachers throughout the building.
Shawnee Mission East High School has had its own coffee shop, called Columbia Brew, for about 10 years. The school has partnered with The Roasterie, and they use it as a vocational tool for special education students. Mary Brazeal, a sophomore, works mornings in the shop doing a variety of tasks, and even delivers coffee to teachers throughout the building. Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com
Shawnee Mission East High School has had its own coffee shop, called Columbia Brew, for about 10 years. The school has partnered with The Roasterie, and they use it as a vocational tool for special education students. Mary Brazeal, a sophomore, works mornings in the shop doing a variety of tasks, and even delivers coffee to teachers throughout the building. Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com

School coffee shops provide perks to young ‘baristas’

May 09, 2017 09:00 AM

UPDATED May 09, 2017 09:00 AM

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