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Date: 30 Jan 2007 11:47:31
From: Jefe
Subject: Need some creative thought
I am starting a study hall at my school that is open each night for
quiet studying, tutoring, and library use. Parents are encouraged to
attend with their kids to use the library or help them study. Teachers
are there to tutor. The big draw is the COFFEE SHOP where parents and
older students can get their double mocha latte machiatto. I can't
think of a name for the program. I'd like a name that uses the coffee
aspect, and sounds inviting to high school kids, but my creativity
can't get out of bed today.





 
Date: 30 Jan 2007 16:48:38
From: Cordovero
Subject: Re: Need some creative thought
Cafe Cram'a?

C

"Jefe" <jefralston@gmail.com > wrote in message
news:1170186450.934562.230210@p10g2000cwp.googlegroups.com...
>I am starting a study hall at my school that is open each night for
> quiet studying, tutoring, and library use. Parents are encouraged to
> attend with their kids to use the library or help them study. Teachers
> are there to tutor. The big draw is the COFFEE SHOP where parents and
> older students can get their double mocha latte machiatto. I can't
> think of a name for the program. I'd like a name that uses the coffee
> aspect, and sounds inviting to high school kids, but my creativity
> can't get out of bed today.
>




  
Date: 31 Jan 2007 08:11:50
From: Dan
Subject: Re: Need some creative thought

>"Jefe" <jefralston@gmail.com> wrote in message
>news:1170186450.934562.230210@p10g2000cwp.googlegroups.com...
>> I'd like a name that uses the coffee
>> aspect, and sounds inviting to high school kids, but my creativity
>> can't get out of bed today.

Have a contest. Let the participants name the coffee shop.

--
Regards,
Dan


 
Date: 30 Jan 2007 18:00:52
From: Dan Bollinger
Subject: Re: Need some creative thought
>I am starting a study hall at my school that is open each night for
> quiet studying, tutoring, and library use. Parents are encouraged to
> attend with their kids to use the library or help them study. Teachers
> are there to tutor. The big draw is the COFFEE SHOP where parents and
> older students can get their double mocha latte machiatto. I can't
> think of a name for the program. I'd like a name that uses the coffee
> aspect, and sounds inviting to high school kids, but my creativity
> can't get out of bed today.

Java Worms (as in book worm)

Kaffe Klatsch (the original chatroom)

Cup & Study

Cup & Cram

Study Cuppers

Java Study



PS: latte machiatto is two drinks, not one.



 
Date: 30 Jan 2007 13:59:06
From: Johnny
Subject: Re: Need some creative thought

"Jefe" <jefralston@gmail.com > wrote in message
news:1170186450.934562.230210@p10g2000cwp.googlegroups.com...
> I am starting a study hall at my school that is open each night for
> quiet studying, tutoring, and library use. Parents are encouraged to
> attend with their kids to use the library or help them study. Teachers
> are there to tutor. The big draw is the COFFEE SHOP where parents and
> older students can get their double mocha latte machiatto. I can't
> think of a name for the program. I'd like a name that uses the coffee
> aspect, and sounds inviting to high school kids, but my creativity
> can't get out of bed today.
>
Beanie's Retreat ( with apologies to Bernie ;-) )
Put on your beanie and come on down to sniff the aroma of knowledge.




 
Date: 30 Jan 2007 13:49:30
From: Flasherly
Subject: Re: Need some creative thought
Join an open collateral of expository night studies. Tutelage and fine=20
caf=E9 mocha coffees will be provided by a supportive staff of qualified=20
instructors. Invitations are courteously extended both to students=20
and parents. We look forward to your participation.

On Jan 30, 2:47 pm, "Jefe" <jefrals...@gmail.com > wrote:
> I am starting a study hall at my school that is open each night for
> quiet studying, tutoring, and library use. Parents are encouraged to
> attend with their kids to use the library or help them study. Teachers
> are there to tutor. The big draw is the COFFEE SHOP where parents and
> older students can get their double mocha latte machiatto. I can't
> think of a name for the program. I'd like a name that uses the coffee
> aspect, and sounds inviting to high school kids, but my creativity
> can't get out of bed today.



 
Date: 30 Jan 2007 15:30:55
From: Paul Allen
Subject: Re: Need some creative thought
Jefe wrote:
> I am starting a study hall at my school that is open each night for
> quiet studying, tutoring, and library use. Parents are encouraged to
> attend with their kids to use the library or help them study. Teachers
> are there to tutor. The big draw is the COFFEE SHOP where parents and
> older students can get their double mocha latte machiatto. I can't
> think of a name for the program. I'd like a name that uses the coffee
> aspect, and sounds inviting to high school kids, but my creativity
> can't get out of bed today.
>

The Nightly Grind



  
Date: 30 Jan 2007 15:51:53
From: Paul Allen
Subject: Re: Need some creative thought
Bean There, Done That

Arabica Nights
(Obtuse reference to Arabian Nights)
not a good choice for if you have xenophobes

Coffee Hall


   
Date: 31 Jan 2007 13:10:58
From: JC Dill
Subject: Re: Need some creative thought
On Tue, 30 Jan 2007 15:51:53 -0600, Paul Allen <paul@lollygag.com >
wrote:

>Bean There, Done That

Bean There, Learned That

jc


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"The nice thing about a e is you get to ride a lot
of different horses without having to own that many."
~ Eileen Morgan of The e's Nest, PA


 
Date: 30 Jan 2007 12:35:38
From: Randy G.
Subject: Re: Need some creative thought
"Jefe" <jefralston@gmail.com > wrote:

>I am starting a study hall at my school that is open each night for
>quiet studying, tutoring, and library use. Parents are encouraged to
>attend with their kids to use the library or help them study. Teachers
>are there to tutor. The big draw is the COFFEE SHOP where parents and
>older students can get their double mocha latte machiatto. I can't
>think of a name for the program. I'd like a name that uses the coffee
>aspect, and sounds inviting to high school kids, but my creativity
>can't get out of bed today.


Excogitation Espresso
Espresso for Excogitation
Cappuccinos for Cramming
Cramming Cappuccino
Grinds for the Grind
Cram Some Caffeine
Caffeine 4 Cramming
Engrossed in Espresso
The Arabica Anteroom
Excogitate This!
Erudite Espresso


Randy "none of the above" G.
http://www.EspressoMyEspresso.com