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First Wednesday Update: May 6, 2009
Next week, the College will begin four-day class and work weeks for the summer. Refer to the work schedule for specific guidelines and hours of operation for each SCC location. Five-day work weeks will resume in August.
Our SCC Emergency Response Team is closely monitoring the H1N1-Swine Flu situation in tandem with the Seminole County Health Department and the Seminole County Emergency Operations Center. Should there be any significant developments, you will be notified immediately, and SCC will follow the directives of regional, state and national agencies.
Emergency Plans and Safety On Campus
If you have not done so already, sign up for SCC's emergency text messaging service, which is utilized only in emergency situations to communicate with SCC students and employees, as well as interested community constituents. This text messaging is a subset of Seminole County's text messaging alert system.
Here's how to sign up:
Once you have finished, you will receive emergency text messages from SCC and any emergency information you requested from Seminole County.
On Monday, May 11, we will analyze the system by sending a test message to all who are enrolled in this program. Disregard Monday's test message, but if you receive the test message, then you will know that you are properly enrolled.
Endowed Teaching Chairs
Four SCC faculty members have been awarded Endowed Teaching Chair Awards. Congratulations to professors Dan Gilmartin, Kate Kellen, Debbie Socci and Debbie Warfield, who have distinguished themselves with their excellence in teaching. They were recognized during last week's Spring Commencement Ceremony and will each receive an SCC Foundation $5000 Endowed Teaching Chair Award.
Sanford/Lake Mary Summer Construction
The parking lots south of the V and J Buildings (Lots 4 and 5) are closed due to construction. The sidewalks and breezeway by building V are not affected, nor is access to the Fire Simulation Tower.
Beginning this week, construction will begin on a covered crosswalk between the CFADA Professional Automotive Training Center and the Student Center. During construction, the driveway will be blocked to traffic, and Lot 11 and the temporary grass lots east of the Automotive Building will be inaccessible. The construction will also prevent vehicle access to the rear of the Fine Arts Building (Building G).
The parking lot and canopy projects are scheduled for completion before the start of fall classes. When the project is completed, the area will be accessible to both vehicular and pedestrian traffic.
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