Motlow State Community College will be extending Spring Break for students through Sunday, March 22 in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
After the extension of Spring Break, classes will be moved online for a two-week period and an evaluation made at that time about how to proceed.
“Motlow’s priorities are to honor the safety and well-being of its students and the employees who serve them,” the college said in a statement. “Student success and workforce development are the top priorities at Motlow. The college is pursuing a plan that supports student outcomes while we do our part to protect the local workforce by making an effort to prevent the spread of the virus.”
The extension of Motlow’s Spring Break is for students only. Staff members are to report to work in keeping with instructions from their division leaders.
In its statement, Motlow said:
-- All classes will be held online from March 23 through April 5.
-- All student activities are canceled through April 5.
-- The current cancellation of student activities includes student travel.
The Warren County School System is on its regularly scheduled Spring Break this week March 16-20. No further school closings have been announced at this time.