Adult Education is opening back up with lab instruction. The WCCC Authorized Testing Center is also open. WCCC’s prime consideration is for student safety and health during this attempt at returning students to their labs for this invaluable on-site hands-on training.
See CARES Act information at right.
In an effort to comply with governmental mandates, the following safety protocols will be implemented:
* Upon arrival, a non-contact thermometer will be used to monitor each student’s core body temperature before access to the building will be granted
* Building access will only be granted to students and staff members who have a core body temperature of less than 99.7°F
* Daily inquiries will be made related to symptoms consistent with Covid-19 infection
* Daily inquires will be made related to a student’s ingestion of medications which might reduce or disguise an elevated body temperature
* Staff and students will be required to wear masks which cover both mouth and nose for the entire duration of their time within the WCCC buildings
* Disinfection of your classroom will occur prior and after each class.
* All instruction will take place within the confines of the respective lab area.
* All campus common areas including the commons, break-rooms and vending machines will be off-limits to students
* Students will not be permitted to socially interact with students from other classes
* After a student enters campus property, they will be instructed not to leave the property for food or other reasons until the conclusion of their class
* If a student leaves the campus property for any reason before being dismissed or at the conclusion of the class, they will not be readmitted to the building on the same day
High School update:
After careful deliberation, WCCC administrators have decided to cancel the face-to-face ceremony that was rescheduled as a backup plan for July in light of the unknowns of the pandemic and due to public safety. We would rather let our seniors and their families know now than to build hopes and cancel as we approach July. We have tried to provide our seniors with as many opportunities as possible to be celebrated this Spring. Unfortunately, the pandemic has made it nearly impossible to do it completely in a way that celebrates each and every senior. See our Class of 2020 Celebration
video on You Tube which includes speeches from our valedictorian and co-salutatorians, and many photos. Also, we planted a sunflower field that is dedicated to our seniors, and we expect it to be in full bloom by early July. Stay tuned to our updates on social media and our website for more news on that!