I am hoping to get some information about current incoming A split seniors who don't pass all 8 parts of their second sea year project, what that may mean for them. How this current administration is looking at its policies. Our DS is struggling on some parts of his project as I write this and it is due tomorrow morning. He takes full responsibility for his time management. He also chose to do PLC, right off his last ship, from which he was medically disenrolled 5 weeks into it, but asked to come back next summer, quite devastating for him. He has taken on too much and parts of his second sea year did not go as he had hoped. We are quite devastated that he is in such a bad place and are worried, of course, about what happens if he does not do well on all 8 projects or fails any of them. He has most of them done to turn in but may not finish all the parts of every project and may be lacking some drawings. It is hard to understand how our kids get themselves into such bad places but this is what has happened for him. I know it is too early to tell what will happen but as a KP parent I know that some of you have gone through or are going through this. Maybe someone out there can help us with the probable scenarios, the minimum reqs for these projects, how much must be done well to pass them, and if there are any second chances to improve ones that don't measure up. I write this with such concern for him. Thank you.