As we prepared for the return to campus, we developed health and safety standards for Flint Hills Technical College. Our goal is to create a safe environment to keep all of us on campus as long as possible.
Our health and safety protocols are for the common good of our entire campus community — those of us who study and work here as well as visitors.
This website will be kept up-to-date with communications and other information needed as we progress, so check it often.
FHTC Face Mask Protocol, Effective July 1, 2020
Faculty, staff, students, and visitors are required to wear a face mask while in campus buildings, outdoors, on FHTC public property, and in parking lots associated with FHTC buildings. The following in-building exceptions apply:
Limit In-Person Meetings and Gatherings
Control Your Personal Space (Imagine being in a bubble)
We encourage you to think through the standards outlined above and how you can apply them in your own campus routine.
FHTC communicates regularly with Lyon County Public Health and notifies or is notified whenever there is a positive COVID-19 case associated with FHTC campuses.
When an FHTC-related positive case of COVID-19 is identified, FHTC communicates with Lyon County Public Health who will then manage all contact tracing.
The College will immediately contact any FHTC employee or student known to have been in close contact with a positive case and advise them to self-quarantine while Lyon County Public Health undertakes the appropriate contact tracing process.
For the latest COVID-19 information from Lyon County Public Health, visit the Lyon County Public Health website.
|CURRENT ACTIVE CASES||CURRENT QUARANTINED||CUMULATIVE POSITIVE CASES|
(SINCE JAN. 1, 2021)
Total FHTC-related positive cases in 2020: 56