During the spring of 21-22 academic year, we are increasing the number of in person classes in all program areas as we continue to move past the covid pandemic. We are hiring two full-time support services positions that will work directly with students success and transitions to post-secondary and the workforce. We have dedicated funding to a laser focused outreach campaign that will welcome students back to campus and community sites in a safe manner that follows county health department guidelines. During the spring semester we will return childcare services to all program areas. We have developed a return to campus plan that includes bringing back our student services events that recognize HSE student completion, job fairs for all program areas, building a campus community, and highlighting student success. These activities will assist our program with getting our expenditures back on target. We are also using funds to support our students during these difficult times. We have supported students with transportation, textbooks, GED vouchers, and technology so they can continue their educational goals.