What fuels a superb educator? The drive to help students reach their best? A healthy diet and exercise? Dedication to the craft? Sure. All of these are true. But what’s the most important fuel for the teacher on the go?
Walk into any teacher’s lounge and the aroma of coffee is ever present. Today we look at the coffee shop chains teachers all over the United States make as their first stop on the way to school. They also stop by after school for that late afternoon pick me up.
- Peet’s Coffee & Tea
With the classic coffee shop model, teachers can stop in for a bold cup on-the-go or come into the shop and create a work space as they dine on their marvelous pastries. Grading never tasted so good.
- The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
The Coffee Bean offers some of the most flavorful coffee around, plus their iced coffee is actually espresso over ice. Teachers with access to this franchise are some of the luckiest in the country.
- Tim Hortons
This Canadian franchise has made its way to the United States over the years. Teachers across North America know just how delicious Tim Hortons coffee can be, plus the pastries and breakfast sandwiches can keep the teaching fuel gauge on full.
- Dunkin’ Donuts
With some of the best coffee around, and the added bonus of some of the best donuts, it’s easy to see why Dunkin’ is a one-stop shop for teachers looking for their daily coffee and sugar rush.
Starbucks is the leader in local coffee shops and available for teachers across the country. With their seasonal drink menus, teachers know no matter what part of the school year they’re in, they will find something delicious and caffeinated at their local Starbucks. Pumpkin Spice is just around the corner!