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Current Access to CLS

Outside of our core faculty and staff, we ask all others toemail or call for an appointment before coming to the seminary. We will then enforce these guidelines from the Alberta Health site:
Should students/parents/guardians wish to access a school facility, they must follow these guidelines: Anyone sick with respiratory symptoms (even if symptoms resemble a very mild cold) should not be allowed to enter.Staff should be actively asking those who enter if they are having any respiratory symptoms, which would include (but not limited to) fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, etc.Hand washing must take place when entering and exiting the school. This may be done by either using soap and water (for a minimum of 20 seconds) or by using alcohol-based hand sanitizer.Less than 50 people should occupy a single space (e.g. classroom, hallway, and gymnasium) at a single time.The principles of social distancing should apply. A minimum distance of two meters must be maintained between individuals.

COVID-19 update

Dear Friends in Christ. As of 5:30 Sunday evening, March 15, 2020, Alberta Health has updated and refined some of its citizen protections. One of them is that even though post-secondary campuses will remain open, students are prohibited from attending in person. We are prepared to deliver our classes online, as much as possible, though with some adaptations. For more information, seehttps://www.albertahealthservices.ca/topics/Page16997.aspx We want to comply with our public health officials in love for God that is also demonstrated by love for the neighbour. Overall, our goal is good health for each of us and our families, and a long and healthy future for our whole Church. We pray that God might be able to use this to strengthen witness to Christ and faith, hope, and trust in God. Again, there will be no classes, chapel services, or student gatherings held on the CLS campus until further notice. We will keep you posted about how this will impact the remainder of the academic year, …