Gdubs_Service_2.jpg Photos courtesy of Greeley-Evans Weld County School District 6
Student staffers from business classes in the high school learn everything from supply chain to food safety to marketing while working as baristas.

Rising to the challenges of serving coffee in high school

Two cafés at a Colorado school district are making a go of it in spite of constraints on time, staffing and calories.

The kids today love their coffee,” says Danielle Bock, SNS, nutrition services director at Greeley-Evans Weld County School District 6 in Colorado. When a grant from the Western Dairy Association came through, she knew it was time to get into the coffee game, which she did by opening two cafes on two high school campuses in the district.

The first one, Grizzlies’ Café, is at Northridge High School.

“There had been a made-to-order deli nook off of the c

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