The student-run coffee shop inside the Belleville East High School library - called "The Daily Grind" - does brisk business before school begins with sales of coffees, fruit juice drinks, and a variety of snacks and pastries. It opens at 8 a.m., and runs through the first and second periods of school. Long lines are a common sight, with over 100 students making purchases on a typical morning. Seniors in one of two marketing education classes taught by Mark Crask operate the shop, track expenses, take inventory, and order supplies. It gives them a hands-on experience on running a business. They get class credit for their time, and students rotate from job-to-job to learn all the skills needed to operate the business. Here, student Autumn Peele (left), a sophomore from Fairview Heights, buys some chocolate-coated donuts from cashier Anna Satterfield (right). Satterfield is a senior from Belleville, serving as a cashier. At far right is the first-hour manager, Marissa Muehlfeld, keeping an eye on operations and ready to pitch in as needed.