SFCC closes for Professional Development Day, March 6

No college services or classes available
SFCC’s professional development activities include a Shooter-on-Campus Drill from 9:45 to 11 a.m.

Santa Fe Community College will not offer any services or classes on Friday, March 6, while faculty and staff participate in a campuswide Professional Development Conference. The conference is one of the initiatives of the college to support SFCC students in achieving their educational goals. Kids Campus, La Familia and the Santa Fe Higher Education Center will remain open.

Professional training includes a Shooter-on-Campus Drill from 9:45 to 11 a.m.

As part of SFCC’s Professional Development Day, the faculty and staff will participate in a Shooter-on-Campus Drill. The 9:45 to 11 a.m. March 6 drill will be a campuswide drill that will include staff and faculty. The MASTERS Program, The Kids Campus, Fitness Education Center, KSFR and La Familia Dental Clinic at 6401 Richards Avenue will be included in the drill.

The purpose of the drill is to identify the proposed actions and responsibilities to be taken  in an emergency. The drill will be a coordinated training process between the County Sheriff, County Emergency Management, and SFCC. Residents in nearby areas will see emergency vehicles and personnel in the area preparing before and throughout the drill.

Throughout the year, SFCC offers a number of ways to stay notified about weather- and holiday-related delays, cancellations, closures and emergencies. While the college does notify the public of severe weather and emergency conditions through print, television and radio news outlets, additional information can be accessed quickly through the following:

Campus Safety & Security can be reached at 505-428-1224.

Students may always register for credit and noncredit classes 24/7 online at www.sfcc.edu.


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