LINDEN, NJ - In the spirit of Thanksgiving, staff and members of the Soehl Middle School Honor Society created and delivered “Thank You” signs to the Union County Covid-19 Testing Facility.
The members of the Honor Society wanted to give thanks to those individuals who have made many sacrifices to help combat the coronavirus. Those individuals consist of volunteers, nurses, and public health and safety personnel.
The facility is located at Kean University. In addition to ensuring that all Union County residents have access to COVID-19 testing, the Test Center is Union County's innovation hub for COVID-19 emergency response, including the introduction of new COVID-19 tests as they become available as well as recruiting and organizing health professionals and volunteers, and exploring new partnerships with Kean University including on-site specimen testing capability.
Supervised by Soehl School Principal Isabella Scocozza, the project was coordinated by the Honor Society’s two co-advisors Laura Pellettiere, a guidance counselor, and Mackenzie Anderson, an 8th grade Language Arts teacher, for Soehl Middle School.
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