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The food pantry was founded in 2010 by two SF professors: Sarah Stone and Kerry Chancey. The pantry aims to combat food insecurity in the community.
There were two fewer reported cases than the previous week.
The program places Santa Fe college counselors in every high school in Alachua and Bradford counties. The goal is to provide scholarships and textbook stipends, and show high school students higher education options — from community colleges and trade schools to four-year universities.
The college’s total number of reported positive cases since March 2020 is now 1,100
There have been 400 reported positive cases since the Delta surge in early March 2021, which represents about 36% of all 1,096 cases since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a report provided by Santa Fe director of human resources Lela Frye.
The total number of reported cases on campus dropped by 25% compared to last week’s four cases.
Santa Fe College reported five positive cases from students from Oct. 19 to Oct. 25. No employees reported testing positive.
The Ghosts, Goblins and Groceries food drive will replace both Boo at the Zoo and Run with the Cops, which were canceled this year again because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Donation stations throughout Gainesville are collecting canned goods and non-perishables to benefit Saints Food Share and Catholic Charities.
The Financial Wellness Center is a partnership between Santa Fe College and VyStar Credit Union that offers free financial counseling and resources from budgeting and saving to purchasing and investing for all Santa Fe students.
There have been 372 reported positive cases since the Delta surge in March 2021, which represents over a third of all 1,068 cases since the start of the pandemic, according to a report from Santa Fe director of human resources Lela Frye.
The college opened 110 student case investigations and seven employee case investigations, bringing the total number of opened case investigations to 3,520.
Since March 2020, the total number of positive cases from students is now 935, and the total number of positive cases from employees is 93.
After receiving two non-specific bomb threat phone calls Santa Fe College officials closed the campus and cancelled all classes for the evening. Santa Fe Police investigated the threats and found no device on college property.
There are 13 fewer positive total cases since last week, a decrease of about 31%. There were thirteen less student cases and three less positive employee cases, a decrease of 60%.