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            Wednesday, March 11, 北京福彩官网

            After careful review of Centers for Disease Control statistics and World Health Organization recommendations regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and in light of two individuals testing positive for the virus in the Tulsa area, Bacone College will proceed with precautionary social-distancing measures for the next two weeks.

            Though Spring Break will continue as planned March 16 through March 20, we encourage all to practice appropriate health measures and exercise common sense. Bacone College classes for the week of March 23 through March 27 will be held online.

             Students will login to Moodle to complete assignments and utilize Zoom sessions for participation. These steps will constitute the attendance component of classes for that week.

             If a student is unable to return to campus after Spring Break, and they will not have internet or Moodle access at 北京福彩官网, they should contact their instructors immediately for further instructions.

             There will not be academic forgiveness for work not completed and online classes not attended if the instructor has not been contacted to make other arrangements. Classes on campus will resume at their regularly scheduled times on Monday, March 30.

             The dining hall will resume operations after Spring Break at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, March 22. However, for the week of March 23 through March 27, the cafeteria will serve meals on the usual weekend schedule. The cafeteria will resume normal operations on Monday, March 30.

            The campus is not closed, and no events have been postponed or canceled at this time. Employees should check with their supervisors for further instructions.

             Our students’ well-being is of the utmost importance to us, and we hope these two weeks of reducing social interaction will protect everyone’s health, safety and well-being.

             For more information, contact Kaila Harjo, vice president of student affairs, via email at [email protected].