TESSA MENTUS / KOB4
There is no age or degree necessary to do something for someone. Students and Albuquerque Academy are proving that.
“I’m stuck in quarantine, right, school wasn’t really happening yet, and I felt like I just wanted to do something to help,” said Albuquerque Academy student Rosa Bieber-Stanley.
Bieber-Stanley knew that frontline health care workers needed masks, so she knew what she had to do. She has sewn more than 200 masks in a month and is shipping them to areas in the state that have been hit the hardest by COVID-19 like San Juan and McKinley County.