As you can see from the pictures the students who are on Center since either the start of “Spring Break” or after Covid-19 testing and two weeks of quarantine are quite active. The “new normal” is for any activity that puts you in close proximity to another (less than 6 feet) a face mask is required. The students with little complaint have adjusted surprisingly well. In the top picture we have our CPP student, Mirage Hernandez working on MyPace under the guidance of her CPP Instructor. Below her, we have Saphire Tucker-McCartney in her scrubs, socially distant from her CMA Instructor. Directly below Mirage we have Alexandra Rubenstein in her BCT shop performing basic electrical work and lastly we have Steven Embair in Auto Tech changing a brake pad.
All of them are doing well and are quite happy to be here evident by their performance in both trade and academics. They along with the other few students on Center have expressed how eager they are to see the return of their fellow students sometime in the near future.