Spring Break & Studying from Home

Spring Break & Studying from Home

In light of the recent communications from government offices/agencies, and out of the abundance of precaution, we are postponing in-classroom meetings for the week after spring break, March 23rd-27th. There will be no classroom meetings, and you will complete course assignments remotely or online from home. Student life and spiritual life activities are also postponed, including chapel. We have no known cases of people in our community that have contracted the coronavirus; this is just a precautionary measure. In-classroom meetings, and all campus activities, will resume on Monday, March 30th. 

We recommend that you take the necessary personal and academic items (such as textbooks) home with you this spring break. The week of Mar 23-27 is not an "extension" of spring break, but a postponement of in-classroom meetings. You are still responsible for assignments given by professors, and you should expect instructions from them regarding assignments for that week (March 23-27).

If you have any questions about your classes or assignments for this week, or if you have trouble reaching your professors, please contact me by emailing at nromero@labi.edu

Please be safe this spring break, and the week after spring break as you complete assignments from home. Take the right precautionary steps already recommended, such as washing hands, avoiding sick people, and avoiding crowded spaces.

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