For direct on-campus questions, contact the Kaskaskia College COVID-19 Taskforce at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The college has multiple mitigation factors in place to combat the spread of the COVID-19 virus, including:
Outfitting the entire institution with bipolar ionization units equipped with technology that creates and releases ions into the airstream through the college's existing HVAC systems. When the ions disperse, they seek out and form bonds with particles in the air, thus creating a snowball effect, in which the particles become clustered and much easier for the filtration systems to bond to. The ionization process creates better indoor air quality and provides a safer learning environment for all of us.
The college continues to disinfect all classrooms and heavy traffic areas throughout the day and will continue to do so for the remainder of the year. The college is also considering contracting with a third-party custodial company to cover vacant positions that have remained unfilled for some time to ensure cleanliness and disinfection continue.
No, unless you have been in close contact, symptomatic, or tested positive. Do not come to campus if the screener shows a red badge and expect a member of the COVID Taskforce to be in contact with you.
Employees who work in the Children’s Learning Center must follow the guidelines for Pre-K through 12 institutions. Please consult with the COVID Taskforce as to the requirements regarding proof of vaccination or testing requirements.
Kaskaskia College is operating in a mask-optional environment across all campuses and educational centers.
Yes. All COVID-19 testing results are treated identically as private and secure medical records at Kaskaskia College.
Data has been archived and stored in a secure, offline environment for a defined period of time.
All Kaskaskia College students enrolled in an Allied Health program must also follow protocols established by partnering clinical sites. If you are unsure if you need to follow these requirements, please contact your Allied Health program instructor.