With the lifting of the stay at home order and initiation of Phase 2 COVID-19 restrictions in North Carolina, N.C. Cooperative Extension in Currituck County is beginning the process of safely returning to limited face-to-face operations which comply with the governor’s orders. As always, our top priority is ensuring the safety of our clientele, volunteers, and staff. It is our hope that this strategic and measured approach, outlined in part below, will continue to slow the spread of this disease in our community. Check our website often for updates to our operational plan. We are excited about the prospect of seeing you all soon for face-to-face classes.
- Staff will return to in-office operations on Tuesday, May 26, 2020, at 8 a.m.
- Public access to the Extension facility will be by appointment only
- Public programming will be phased in slowly with limits of 10 total individuals
- Room capacity at the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Currituck County Center will be limited to 50% or sizing that will facilitate a 6ft spacing – furnishings and floor markings will be provided as a visual guide
- All clients, volunteers, and visitors will be asked to sign in with contact information
- Youth programming will be delayed but will be phased in from oldest to youngest
- Online and hybrid programs will continue to be offered
For additional information about facility use, visit go.ncsu.edu/covid19fcesfacilityguidelines. Please be sure to check our website often, subscribe to our YouTube channel (@CurrituckCES) and follow us on Facebook and Instagram for online programming. For more information regarding Extension programming in Currituck County, contact 252-232-2262 or Cameron_Lowe@ncsu.edu.