Activities such as sitting in class, walking to lunch, studying at the library, and working out at Chrouser will all require a face covering. All sports activity (preseason, regular season, post-season and non-traditional season) will follow the return-to-sport guidelines from the NCAA Sport Science Institute for all athletic activity. If you do not provide COVID test results to Student Health Services according to your schedule, you will be required to finish the semester remotely or stop working off-campus. There are many COVID-19 testing options available throughout DuPage County. [UG & GR] Q: Can family members and other non-Wheaton College people visit me from off-campus? Always wash hands with soap and water if your hands are visibly dirty. On January 8 we will announce the move-in dates for spring and the date for return to in-person instruction. We also wanted to minimize the potential disruption that would occur if we needed to switch to remote learning in January, without adequate time to prepare. Negative COVID-19 tests will again be required for students to return to campus. Group/team sizes will be limited to 50 participants, coaches, and officials. A few days ago, the Illinois Department of Economic Opportunity released Phase 4 operating guidelines that apply to many of our service areas. Fall Break is deferred to November to allow for a weeklong Thanksgiving Break followed by two weeks of remote learning and then on-line finals. Enjoying the outdoors, especially on nice days like today is a critical part of maintaining emotional, mental and physical well being. In compliance with CDC guidelines for social distancing, the Counseling Center will not be seeing students for face-to-face appointments during the pandemic. Classes will transition to remote learning on Monday, November 30. Students will have to clean their eating space using provided supplies before they sit down to eat. For spring 2020 students will need to re-sign the commitment before returning to campus. Students with more complex dietary restrictions are encouraged to email Chef Roger at Bon Appétit, and he will work with them to develop solutions to meet their dietary needs. Events are available but limited to 50 people or 50% of room capacity, whichever is less. Heated outdoor tents remain available for dining, curbside pick-up and delivery are available. We encourage residents to stay healthy through physical exercise and visiting parks that are within walking distance from your home while still maintaining social distancing guidelines. The Winter Program Guide is currently being finalized to include adapted opportunities for virtual and at-home recreation. Most district programs and facilities are already operating within the Tier 2 guidelines. The indoor track will be open. Please keep in mind that the store will implement changes that will result in extremely long lines, due to significant State of Illinois restrictions regarding the number of people who can be in the store at one time. Students with permission to participate in an essential off campus academically related program and who also live in campus housing will need to provide a negative COVID-19 test on a weekly basis. Bookings cannot be cancelled during reserved time. Face masks, covering both mouth and nose, are required upon entry to and in all common areas of buildings and at service touchpoints such as customer service desk locations (Community Center, Cosley Zoo, Parks Plus Fitness Center, Central Athletic Complex, DuPage County Historical Museum, Mary Lubko Center, and Arrowhead Golf Club). We ask that remote students email their professors to indicate that they will be participating from an international location and to specify if the class is scheduled to meet outside of 7 am-10 pm local time. The staff has put together COVID Participant Guidelines that we encourage the community to review prior to visiting any of our facilities. We will continue to monitor the Illinois Department of Public Health guidelines and will update our customers when we are able to resume indoor dining and accommodate larger gatherings. The Inside History Interactive Gallery will be closed and all interactive features of exhibits will be removed to follow state guidelines. Hildebran Elementary School -- Burke County Public Schools was made aware on Dec. 8 of a cluster of at least five or more related positive COVID-19 cases at Hildebran Elementary School.As a … Registration will open on or about December 1. Users must reserve their preferred one-hour time slot in advance by calling 630-690-4880.