While the college cannot eliminate the risk of exposure or transmission of COVID-19, we are committed to implementing practices and behaviors that mitigate the risk of illness. The college’s Covid Response Team meets regularly to assess COVID-19 data and continues to monitor the campus for signs of virus activity. The CWC Covid Response Team issued the following statement on November 10, 2021:
Effective November 12, 2021 through February 9, 2022:
MASKS ARE REQUIRED IN THE FOLLOWING SPACES:
- All Learning Labs
- Conference Rooms
- Food Ordering Stations
MASKS ARE RECOMMENDED IN THE FOLLOWING SPACES:
- Rustler Central
- Rustler Gymnasium
- Robert A. Peck Theater
- Public Meeting Spaces
- Robert A. Peck Arts Center Theater
REQUIRED: As of November 12, 2021, the face mask requirement for all indoor conference rooms and instructional spaces including, classrooms, learning labs, studios, and any other indoor space where faculty, students, and staff gather in close proximity, is in place until February 9, 2022.
RECOMMENDED: Face coverings are strongly recommended for all other areas where social distancing cannot occur, regardless of vaccination status. These spaces include the gymnasium, Rustler Central, the library, public meeting spaces*, and the Robert A. Peck Arts Center Theater.
*Public meeting spaces are defined as spaces, such as ITECC 116 and 125, where members of the community are attending non-college-sponsored events or meetings.
While the college cannot eliminate the risk of exposure or transmission of COVID-19, we are committed to implementing practices and behaviors that mitigate the risk of illness. The college’s Covid Response Team meets regularly to assess COVID-19 data and continues to monitor the campus for signs of virus activity. Our goal is to remain open with in-person courses and commencement. Staying open and in-person is what is best for our students’ overall educational experience and wellbeing. We want to stay on campus together; please help us do everything we can to achieve this goal.
Remember: Exposure to COVID-19 has inherent risks. Wearing a mask helps protect others around you. Masks act as a simple barrier to help prevent respiratory droplets from traveling into the air and onto other people when the person wearing the face-covering coughs, sneezes, talks, or raises their voice. Masks should be worn when social distancing cannot be maintained.
As always, stay home if you are ill and notify Steve Barlow (email@example.com or 855-2029). For more information, see https://cwc.edu/
coronavirus/and follow @cwc_rustlers. Jackson students will abide by the guidelines in place for Teton County and local facilities.
- Learning Labs are:
- Auto & Welding Labs
- Computer Labs
- Cosmetology Labs
- Nursing & Health Science Labs
- Visual Arts & Media Labs
- Food Ordering Stations
- When you are ordering food in the food court, you must wear a mask. Once you are in the dining area, you can take off your mask to eat. Please replace your mask as soon as you are done eating. You should socially distance from others while eating.
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