Public school year goes from mid-February to November in Honduras. Due to the Pandemic shut down strategies, all schools are temporarily closed. Since technology is not widespread, specially for the more economically challenged or geographically spread out, most of our middle and high school students do not have a way to continue schoolwork at home. 
Using biosecurity measures, our chaplains continue pastoral outreach to the families, and students are receiving dental check-ups and medical check-ups scheduled for this first semester. Our vocational nursing students are working in their one-year internship as auxiliary nurses in remote health centers of Culmi and Catacamas and are a great help. Our college students continue studies through online platforms.
Gratitude and thankfulness fill the hearts of our beneficiaries because of your faithful support to these educational opportunities that change their lives.