|Studio One features coffee house terms, four-day school week|
Learn about coffee house lingo and how some schools are saving money through a shorter school week on the next edition of Studio One. Cappuccino, latte and mocha may sound like similar coffee drinks but local coffee shop owner Bruce Kopp will explain differences in these popular specialty drinks. He sees coffee as more than a cup of Joe and considers each espresso drink his shop makes as a hand crafted beverage. Kopp will explain coffee house terms which may make ordering a triple, small, dry, cappuccino a little less intimidating.
Also on the show, some schools are switching to a four-day school-week. Find out what impact this change is having on students, teachers and the environment on the next edition of Studio One.
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