PBHS Coffee Crew

PBHS rolls out coffee service
Posted on 02/26/2019
Spanish teacher Charley Harper receives a hand-delivered herbal tea.

The Poplar Bluff High School Coffee Crew began serving refreshments to teachers on Tuesday, Feb. 12, in an effort to provide students an opportunity to work on pre-vocational skills for their post-graduation transition. 

Every Tuesday and Thursday during first and fourth hour, the students bring around a cart to faculty members who order coffee, tea or bottled water. Punch cards designed by the Technical Career Center computer graphics class are purchased my staff for $5 for 10 drinks, plus one freebee. 

The concept of the Coffee Crew came after a visit to Jackson High School earlier in the academic year, according to Mindy Garrett, R-I special services director. The cart was purchased through a mini-grant teacher Jeanette Miller was recently awarded from the Academic Assistance Group, and special aprons were designed by teacher Alexis Blevins. Chartwells supplied the containers.

Jaden Sharp, a senior who works at Starbucks, donated several pounds of specialty coffee to help launch the program, which is sustained by generous contributions. 


Cutline: Foreign language teacher Charley Harper receives a hand-delivered herbal tea, after teaching students how to say the words ‘coffee’ and ‘tea’ in Spanish.

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