We have been working extremely hard the last few days, formulating and updating plans in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. During such unprecedented circumstances, community is one thing we can all lean into for support. Especially your FLC family.
Just like we take care of each other as Skyhawks, we need to care for others in our communities and take necessary actions to protect the health of all. County and state public health officials are operating under the assumption that COVID-19 is spreading in Colorado communities, even those that don’t have positive cases confirmed by medical professionals. We are encouraged as individuals and organizations to stop the spread of the virus and protect the most vulnerable in our community.
The best option for community health at this time is to extend our online instruction for the remainder of the semester. This was not an easy decision and we are aware of the many ripple effects that come with it.
What this means for FLC:
We know this news will raise many questions for you. We’ve assembled many of these questions online and will continue to field and answer questions as they arise. We also have a team ready to assist on things from academic polices, housing options, financial pressures, mental health support, and more. Just email email@example.com or call 970-382-6919.
We know that this will not be easy. Each of us is challenged by this situation and it’ll be tiring as we endure, but we will endure together. Focus on what you have control over and how we can make this work together. We need to unify not only around our responsibility to prevent the spread of COVID-19, but our responsibility to each other as Skyhawks.