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Safe Return to Campus Town Hall video & FAQ are live

5 October 2021

Dear Peralta Community,

I would like to again thank all of you who attended the COVID-19 Update Town Hall, Safe Peralta Return to Campus, October 4, 2021.  There was a tremendous number of you who participated, over 500 students, staff, faculty and administrators.  Given the number of inquiries (over 150), we had to delay posting the responses until today.  We needed the extra time to try to organize the list of questions by topic and not just a list of the questions, which would then require that you scroll through or search the page to find specific answers.

I want to specifically thank, Aaron Harbour, our District Web Content Developer, who grouped the questions into subject bundles, and incorporated pertinent items from the “everyone” chat into the FAQ document now online.

We promised information from Forensic Analytical Consulting Services (FACS), which is now available.  This information includes:

Additionally, FACS created a workbook tool to assist campus leadership and to further clarify specific space needs. The workbook tool is a live database and cannot easily be shared.

College leadership is in the process of providing additional equipment now, however, it will also be incorporated in the next phase of the Return to Campus plan in January 2022.

The addition of these items completes the process to offer transparency and collegiality as we transverse this uncharted path. Remember, as things change, we will post updates on the Safe Peralta website

I again, want to thank you for your support and attention in helping us move forward with our phased in approach to Return to Campus (RTC).

Stay well,
Jannett N Jackson, PhD
Interim Chancellor
Peralta Community College District

(to view the FAQ as a pdf, click HERE; to view it online at Safe.Peralta click HERE

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