During Phase Red the College is closed to the public. At this time, only essential workers will be allowed to work on-campus. Those who were working on-campus, will need to work remotely as per their telecommuting plan. We anticipate that those who have been regularly working on-campus can return on May 6, 2021 (this is a tentative date).
Employees who need to come to campus (to pick up files, technology, etc.) to work remotely, may do so with caution and are asked to not be on campus longer than needed.
Students who are currently enrolled in an on campus class will need to check in with their instructors for updates and information.
Weed Campus: All persons who enter a building on the Weed Campus will need to show wristband as verification of screening for COVID-19. Screening includes having temperature taken and providing 'pass' identification number from the mobile app or answering questions through paper screening. Facemasks will be provided to all as needed.
Check In Locations:
Yreka Campus: For those not teaching, working or enrolled in classes at the Yreka Campus, the Yreka Campus is open by appointment only. Visitors or prospective students may schedule an appointment by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (530) 938-5550.
College of the Siskiyous is committed to providing a safe and healthy workplace for all our employees, students, visitors, and helping protect the communities we serve. The Siskiyous COVID-19 Mitigation, Implementation, and Recovery Plan developed by College of the Siskiyous aligns with and adheres to the industry guidance. We do not intend this plan to be exhaustive. This guidance is interim and the plan should be considered a 'living document' and will be reviewed and updated as needed.
Siskiyous COVID-19 Mitigation, Implementation, and Recovery Plan (PDF) - last updated 2/22/21
Unsafe Conditions Reporting Form - This form is to be used by employees that have identified hazards not previously recognized. This form brings the hazard to the attention of the management.
The Siskiyous COVID-19 Mitigation, Implementation, and Recovery Plan is also not a substitute for any existing safety and health-related regulatory requirements, such as those of Cal/OSHA. Additionally, the District and College encourage those in search of additional information to refer to the following sources:
All currently registered students and employees are encouraged to sign up for COS Connect, a free messaging service used by the college to send out campus updates, general information, and emergency alerts. Visit this page to sign up.
The Student Health Clinic is here to provide you with information, services and referrals for your health needs. Services are free to all current COS students. Our healthcare provider, Mountain Valley Health Centers is offering telemedicine (video), or in-person services as needed, for College of the Siskiyous students on Wednesdays. Students will need to verify that they attend COS by showing the provider their student ID, and will need to fax or submit the COS New Patient Packet prior to the appointment. Services include:
Wednesdays: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Open during the fall and spring semesters, when classes are in session.
Closed during holiday breaks and the summer session.
Phone: (530) 938-3491
Fax: (530) 938-2662
Mountain Valleys Health Centers
Weed Health Center
50 Alamo Ave.
Weed, CA 96094