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Jennifer Leslie, WXIA
DUNWOODY, Ga. -- Every Tuesday morning at Dunwoody High School, there's a line outside Kerry Brown's classroom, which doubles as a unique cafe.
It's named for the school's mascot, and it's run by students with mild intellectual disabilities, like autism and down syndrome.
"I enjoy welcoming people and saying 'Hi, how may I help you?'" said sophomore Prince Montalvo.
The program started a few years ago. The goal is to give students an in-school vocational experience.
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