The Lancaster County Career & Technology Center will be conducting a “hard reset” procedure regarding our campus buildings and Covid-19 exposure this weekend, May 14 & 15. This process of disinfection of buildings and periods of time to stand empty allows the rolling count of reported Covid-19 exposures to be reset to zero and the count started anew. This procedure conforms to the current standards and recommendations from the PA Departments of Health and of Education. This process will not impact student schedules or classes. Students should return to classes on Monday, May 17, as scheduled.
Despite the updated changes to mask wearing recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control, the mask requirements at the Lancaster County CTC have not changed at this time. Until we hear otherwise from the Pennsylvania Department of Education, the guidelines of the CTC’s Health and Safety Plan remain in place. All students and staff within CTC facilities are required to wear face masks or face shields until further notice.
In accordance with state orders, masks and/or face shields must be worn while at the LCCTC.
Conforming with our Health and Safety Plan, LCCTC Adult Education classes will continue to meet both virtually and in-person with all required social distancing protocols in place. The non-commercial Drivers License Testing Center at the new Mount Joy campus location remains open at this time.
Please refer to the LCCTC website at www.lancasterctc.edu/news/ for any official announcements.