BRIELLE — Local builder Herrmann Construction brought students from the Monmouth County Vocational School District [MCVSD] on Nov. 8 to some of its job sites so they could learn about the construction business. Afterward, the group went to the Manasquan Hook and Ladder firehouse for lunch.
At the lunch, the students had the opportunity to receive answers to questions about what they had learned during the day in order to earn donated memorabilia such as sweatshirts and thermoses. They could also ask questions of several field professionals present at the lunch.
The field trip was for students from the MCVSD Career Center in Freehold, said building trades teacher Nick Alvino, and helped them get exposure to “things as they will see them in the field.”
He said that the class was made up of about 15 students, all with Individualized Education Programs [IEPs] and varying ability levels.
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