REDDING, Calif. – Shasta College has announced they are canceling large events through April 10. In addition, all sporting events to be held on campus will continue but without audience attendance, the college said in a press release Thursday.
However, all in-person classes will continue as normal.
This comes after guidelines were released from the California Department of Public Health and the California Chancellor’s Office. Read More
Shasta College has set up a web page that will list canceled events in detail. Click Here
“In an effort to proactively reduce potential exposure opportunities. Shasta College faculty have been encouraged to prepare to provide instruction remotely via Canvas if they are not already doing so. It is the intent of the college to be as prepared as possible in case we need to have all lectures, and as many labs and activities as appropriate, transitioned to remote instruction via Canvas for the remainder of the semester,” the college announced.
Shasta College said they have taken proactive measures to help reduce the chance of coronavirus disrupting the campus climate. Staff have dispensed over 300 sanitizing stations, and wipes are available for keyboard and work surfaces in all buildings.
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