Allen cares about the safety of our students and their families.
Please visit this page for the most up-to-date information regarding the College's response to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
ALLEN PLANS TO COMPLY WITH GOVERNOR KELLY'S PLAN TO REOPEN KANSAS
AS OF FEBRUARY 9, 2021
I. This plan applies until further notice
II. Will follow the Governors extended Phase III Recommendations and Directives for the County Health Departments
III. College will be open to the public 8:00 am - 5:00 pm.
IV. No groups larger than 45, or where social distancing (6 ft.) cannot be observed in an area
V. Library will be open, gymnasium and fitness center remain closed unless a coach or fitness center director is present. Cafeteria remains closed to the public.
VI. Classes will be delivered online, concurrently in high schools, and onsite at the Burlingame and Iola campuses.
VII. Social distancing of 6 feet between individuals at all times
VIII. Masks are required in public settings or where social distancing of 6’ is not possible
IX. Continue with enhanced sanitizing and cleaning of buildings, especially in high traffic and high touch areas. Make sure hand sanitizing stations are kept operational. Air sanitizers have been added to the Music Room, Fitness Center, and HVAC throughout the building on the Iola campus.
X. Nonessential travel is allowed, but none to KDHE listed quarantine locations
XI. Employees and students are encouraged to take their temperature before coming to campus
XII. An employee or student who is exhibiting any of the symptoms of COVID-19 should stay at home and contact their physician.
XIII. Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference COVID-19 Protocols will be followed. Their standards are our minimum. College protocols may be more rigorous.
XIV. Employees and students should become familiar with suggestions and recommendations of CDC, KDHE, Osage County Health Department, and SEK Multi County Health Department
Prior to the beginning of Phase Four the administration will make a determination of how and when our restrictions will be phased out based on recommendations of the CDC, KDHE, Osage County Health Department and SEK Multi County Health Department.
Other restrictions may be initiated at any time if required by National, State, or County governmental agencies.