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High-Performance Remote Learning

Marine/Motorsport Technology students brought their work home with them during the local lockdowns. Living rooms were converted into repair shops and garages as students worked on motorcycles to continue learning how to repair specialty engines. Marine/Motorsport Technology is a course offered through the Eastern Long Island Academy of Applied Technology, the Career and Technical Education Program of Eastern Suffolk BOCES.

 

Students either worked on family motorcycles or brought home projects that they worked on in the classroom. The projects enabled students to continue furthering their education about performance motors. The projects included repairs, routine maintenance, and system checks on the engines.

 

A student in a blue hoodie and black shorts stands beside a motorcycle in his living room

Jerry Vasata, Eastport South-Manor CSD, works on a motorcycle on a table in his family’s living room.

A student in a black baseball cap sits beside the skeleton of a motorcycle

Cameron Caltabiano, Sachem CSD, works on a bike in his home.