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  • By popular demand, more high schools are adding coffee bars

    Keller's Timber Creek High School is the first in its district to get a coffee shop that was set up with student input on food and furnishings. Per federal nutritional guidelines, all of the drinks have fewer calories than those at popular commercial coffee shops such as Starbucks.

Keller's Timber Creek High School is the first in its district to get a coffee shop that was set up with student input on food and furnishings. Per federal nutritional guidelines, all of the drinks have fewer calories than those at popular commercial coffee shops such as Starbucks. Brandon Wade Special to the Star-Telegram
Keller's Timber Creek High School is the first in its district to get a coffee shop that was set up with student input on food and furnishings. Per federal nutritional guidelines, all of the drinks have fewer calories than those at popular commercial coffee shops such as Starbucks. Brandon Wade Special to the Star-Telegram

Calculus and caffeine: More high schools are adding a coffee shop

September 14, 2017 10:14 AM