As special education students wheeled a cart filled with cookies, coffee and lemonade around Thunder Basin High School, their customers stood in line and exchanged a few polite words with the young sales staff.

“How can I help you?” asked Patrick Howe, 18, who was handling the money and relaying orders to his business partners. They each wore deep blue vests with the Bolts Beanery logo and their names on them.

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