High School/Intergen Students Return to In-Person on Jan. 4

The Lancaster County Career & Technology Center is pleased to announce that students will return to full-week, in-person instruction at all campuses following the winter break on Monday, January 4, 2021.

The weeks that we have spent in hybrid instruction has allowed the LCCTC time to plan and implement changes necessary to resume full in-person instruction.  These changes became necessary in response to revised recommendations and requirements on social distancing and mask wearing that the state issued just before the Thanksgiving holiday break.

Our administrators, faculty, and staff evaluated what was necessary to accommodate the state’s revisions and developed a plan to address them.  We have worked on reconfiguring new and existing spaces for lunch, identifying and hiring instructional aides to staff the expanded lunch spaces, and receiving and positioning 200 additional tables.  As a result, the LCCTC is prepared to have our all our students return to full-time, in-person instruction.

Returning students to school full-time is a wonderful thing, but remaining in full-time instruction still relies upon what each of us continue to do both during school and outside of class.  We must all recommit ourselves to limiting social interactions; maintaining proper social distancing, hand washing, and masking; continuing to conduct daily self-evaluations of symptoms of infection; and quarantining whenever necessary.

Please keep yourselves and your loved ones safe.  Do everything you can to limit your travel and in-person social interactions.  Adhere to the recommendations from the state and the Centers for Disease Control on hygiene and social distancing.  Doing this will help keep in-person instruction at the LCCTC going through the next half of the school year!

Be safe and be well!

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