Coronavirus Resources District information pertaining to Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Coronavirus

Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19)

Stay informed on the latest news pertaining to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) by returning to this site regularly for updates.

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Remote Work and Return to Work

Many of State Center Community College District employees will continue to work remotely through July 4, 2021. Spring and summer classes will continue to be primarily taught online with some courses and programs that require interaction offered face-to-face. Supportive services will continue to be offered on site with hopes of expansion as the health indicators permit. Working with local Public Health officials and the California Community College Athletic Association, the decision has been made to bring back some spring sports, so certain employees will be required to return on-site prior to July 4, 2021.

Our number one priority remains the safety of our students, faculty and classified professionals as well as the communities that we serve. We look forward to the day that it is safe for us to offer an appropriate balance of face-to-face and online classes. As courses and programs are phased back for on campus activity, staff duties at the colleges and district office will also return to support our students.

We will continue to follow the science as we plan for the safe return of programs and services. For those classes and services meeting face-to-face, we will continue to practice social distancing, wearing of facial coverings, and practicing proper hygiene.

The District leadership acknowledges and is grateful to the college’s planning teams for the careful consideration and planning efforts for the safe return of programs and services. We support your efforts to plan together with public health officials to ensure the needs of students are met while maintaining precautionary protocols. We look forward to the time when we will be able to gather in person. Until then, have a great semester and please continue to stay safe.

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Contacts

District Office

Vice-Chancellor, Human Resources, Julianna Mosier:  julianna.mosier@scccd.edu

District Director of Human Resources, Stacy Zuniga:  stacy.zuniga@scccd.edu

Environmental Health & Safety, Darren Cousineau: darren.cousineau@scccd.edu or (559) 243-7251

Fresno City College

Fresno City College Health Coordinator, Dr. Lilli Goishi-Bessey: lilli.goishi-bessey@fresnocitycollege.edu or (559) 442-8268

Reedley College

Director of Marketing & Communications, George Takata: george.takata@reedleycollege.edu or (559) 638-3322

Coordinator Student Health Services, Kelly Murguia: kelly.murguia@reedleycollege.edu or (559) 638-3625

Clovis Community College

College Nurse, Naomi Forey: naomi.forey@cloviscollege.edu

Madera & Oakhurst Community College Centers

Coordinator, Student Health Services, Shelley Renberg: shelley.renberg@scccd.edu or (559) 675-4814

SCCCD Procedures

Reporting COVID-19 Positive and/or Close Contact - All Employees

All employees must report positive COVID-19 tests and/or close contact with a person who has tested positive for COVID-19 to their supervisor and to Human Resources who will then provide information on isolation periods, leave options and return to work dates.

Reporting COVID-19 Workplace hazard - All Employees

Use this link for SchoolDude to report any workplace COVID-19 hazards.

COVID Reporting Procedures

Board Policies on Nondiscrimination and Prohibition of Harassment

HR Leave Information

COVID 19 Exposure Notifications

Get COVID-19 exposure notifications - Add your phone to canotify.ca.gov

Once you activate canotify.ca.gov, it does all the work. All you do is keep you Bluetooth on. You will only receive alerts if you were in close contact with someone who tests positive for COVID-19. Your privacy is protected as your identity is not known and your location is not tracked.

Imagine that two people have Exposure Notifications turned on. If they come within six feet of each other for 15 minutes or more within a day, their phones will exchange keys (randomly generated, anonymous numbers) that log that close interaction.

If one-person later tests positive for COVID-19 and agrees to share that information with CA Notify, then the other will receive an alert that they have been exposed. That notification will include instructions on who to contact and what to do next.

CA Notify does not gather:

Your name, contact information, location, movements or the identity of people you meet.

iPhone

  1. Update your iOS to version 13.7 or later
  2. Go into settings
  3. Scroll down to Exposure Notifications
  4. Turn on Exposure Notifications
  5. Select United States > California

Android

CA Notify will be available in the Google Play Store.

If you require technical support, contact the Help Desk 1 (888) 421-9457


Goto CA Notify Website

Test Centers

medical worker holding covid19 swab kit

Testing is available at no cost to SCCCD employees:

Fresno County Test Sites

Madera County Test Sites

News

Coronavirus newsprint

District news about the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak as it pertains to our District located in one place.

News from the following campuses are available:

  • Fresno City College
  • Reedley College
  • Clovis Community College
  • Madera Community College Center
  • Oakhurst Community College Center
  • District Office

District News on Coronavirus

What you should know

face mask and mobile phone

SCCCD will continue to provide you with updates. You are encouraged to visit the following websites for more information.

People at Higher Risk

How it spreads

Symptoms

Prevention & Treatment

Frequently Asked Questions

Warm Line & Other Resources

CDC COVID Data Tracker

About COVID-19