OFTC began summer semester 2020 on June 1 with a slight increase in enrollment.
They have implemented a return to campus plan and will have a more robust faculty and staff presence starting June 15, 2020. The current plans are to open the doors to the public on a limited basis for certain services beginning July 13, 2020.
Currently there are no events in the conference center planned for June. They are working on plans to open the conference center for smaller groups in July.
Commencement exercises have been postponed until September with plans for a virtual or hybrid virtual event.
OFTC is planning for in person classes Fall Semester.
The Washington County EMA has been monitoring the COVID-19 event by polling our Public Safety Agencies and other agencies who have a roll in the County’s Local Emergency Operations Plan. The poll consists of checking on their needs for PPE , the need for the National Guard infection control teams and Mobile Testing Teams, and the status of their Work Force level as it relates to attendance. This data is entered into the WEB-EOC portal of the Georgia Emergency Management Agency in Atlanta where it is monitored by the State. Resource requests are made through this portal by the local EMA to the GEMA SOC. There have been 21 requests made from our EMA to GEMA for this event so far to include PPE, National Guard teams, and medical equipment. Currently there are no outstanding requests as all have been completed or cancelled.
The current status as of June 5th, 2020 is:
EMA continues to monitor the COVID-19 event and continues to poll our local agencies for their needs while making resource requests from the State as needed.