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Thursday, October 22, 2020

BRIEF: COVID-19 response team meeting

The meeting addressed the instructional, academic and health safety concerns. There, response teams present asked questions for district representatives.

The main objective of the meeting was to set priorities for the response teams, gain feedback from the response teams and to answer any questions. The meeting talked about being proactive and taking action instead of discussing more plans. 

Pierce College will remain open for health resources, but the library and counseling services plan to move online. A plan to move all campus services online is being considered.

If the district asks for all public college campuses to be shut down, deputies are ordered to secure them. No one will be allowed to enter. 

All classes will be moved online until the end of the spring semester.

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