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Keystone College COVID-19
Pledge

Students,
faculty, and staff at Keystone College agree to help to keep the campus
community safe by pledging to abide by the following expectations:

·        
I
PLEDGE to complete daily temperature and symptom checks before coming to
campus.

·        
I
PLEDGE to refrain from coming to campus if my temperature is 100 degrees F or
above or if I am experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19, not related to a
pre-existing condition:

·        
Fever
or chills

·        
Cough

·        
Shortness
of breath or difficulty breathing

·        
Fatigue

·        
Muscle
or body aches

·        
Headache

·        
New
loss of taste or smell

·        
Sore
throat

·        
Congestion
or runny nose

·        
Nausea
or vomiting

·        
Diarrhea

 

·        
I
PLEDGE to wear a mask while on campus.

·        
I
PLEDGE to follow social distancing recommendations everywhere on campus.

·        
I
PLEDGE to follow the College’s testing, self-isolation, quarantine, and contact
tracing protocols before returning to work or class following an illness or
suspected encounter with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.

·        
In
the classroom, WE PLEDGE to:

·        
Wear
a mask during class and acknowledge that I will be asked to leave if I am not
wearing a mask.

·        
Sit
six feet away from other people.

·        
Refrain
from eating in classrooms, and only drink a beverage by using a straw while
still wearing a mask.

·        
Additionally,
students, faculty and staff agree to abide by the procedures outlined in the
College’s COVID-19 full reopening plan, which can be viewed here.

These expectations will be monitored by
designated students, faculty, and staff who have been trained to guide the
campus community through these new, uncharted territories. While it is not the
goal for corrective action to be punitive in nature, consistent and blatant
unwillingness to comply may result in disciplinary action. Disciplinary action
may include removal from on-campus housing, revised scheduling that only
includes remote learning options, and possible termination of employment.