Royston Rohlik might prefer hot chocolate over coffee — he is only 6 years old after all — but that hardly means he doesn’t know his way around a Keurig.
Rohlik is one of a number of Tracy Area Elementary School students who are “employees” of Post It Note Coffee, an early-morning program designed to get some of the school’s youngest students a taste of what it’s like to be involved in face-to-face encounters with others.
“The purpose of this is to work on the kids’ social skills,” said teacher Jen Kainz. “They make the coffee, they read the order, but the most important part is them going to the teacher, looking them in the eye, saying, ‘Good morning’ and ‘Thank you.’”
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