Iowa Central To Move Classes To Remote Delivery
Iowa Central Community College released a statement March 13th that they will be moving classes online as a preemptive measure against coronavirus. The school said in the statement that their are no confirmed cases in their service area. However, they will be moving classes to remote delivery starting March 15th through April 3rd. Students will not have face to face classes March 23rd and 24th as faculty will be having work days to prepare for the remote delivery of classes. Students that can are encouraged to go home and stay there during that period, however students who remain on campus will also have remote delivery classes and will not be in the classroom face to face during that period. Iowa Central also has temporarily suspended athletics due to the coronavirus pandemic. The NCJAA instituted a suspension for its member schools that states no competition is to take place between now and april 3rd. Iowa Central is encouraging its student athletes to go home during this period if at all possible. Spring sports programs at Iowa Central will be allowed to being their student athletes back to Campus March 27th to prepare fir their seasons to resume April 4th. The Iowa Central Athletic Department will confer with fellow ICCAC members this week to revamp conference schedules for baseball and softball.