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Massage School Finds Creative Way to Identify Vaccinated Students
While students are not required to get vaccinated at Irene's, if they aren't they must wear a mask in school. Students show record of being fully vaccinated to receive a wristband. This is not a judgement on who decides to get vaccinated. However, the wristband enables teachers and administration to easily identify who is allowed the liberty of going without a mask.
Vaccinated student gets a different colored wristband every week. Irene's hopes that seeing people with a wristband along with the freedom of going maskless will incentivize others to get vaccinated. Vaccinated people may still wear a mask if they choose to do so. With this procedure, people have the freedom to choose what works best for them.
Kathy Skubik, Irene's Executive Director, said, "The wristbands are a colorful way to show others they got the shot. They are waterproof and won't wash off. We hope students will save them and collect all six colors!"
Irene's Myomassology Institute is the largest massage school in the Midwest. Founded by Irene Gauthier in 1987, the nationally accredited school continues to set the highest standards for massage therapy education. Irene was inducted into the Massage Therapy Hall of Fame, the school was awarded Massage School of the Year, and instructor Jeanette Roach received the prestigious honor of Massage Teacher of the Year from the AMTA. Graduates begin their new career with a State License and alumni enjoy lifetime job placement services. Financial Aid and scholarships are available for qualified students. For info call 248-350-1400, email@example.com or www.irenes.edu.
Kathy Skubik, Executive Director