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By David Pan 

Learning center shut down due to safety concerns

 

Last updated 10/28/2020 at 12:06pm

Photo courtesy of Peter Zieve

A classroom set up for students at Electroimpact had to be closed earlier this month because of safety issues.

A learning center for students at Electroimpact that had been operating since the start of the school year was shut down Oct. 2 due to safety concerns.

Electroimpact owner Peter Zieve started the classroom in response to the decision by school districts to continue with remote/online learning.

Electroimpact designs and manufactures aerospace tooling and automation equipment.

Zieve set up a learning center with desks in a 250-foot-long room in one of the company's eight buildings. "Our offices are not full because it's a slow time for the industry," he said. "I put the school room at the e...



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