Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) WNY News Now File Image.JAMESTOWN – In an attempt to maintain low levels of COVID-19 at SUNY JCC, all operations will move to a remote format starting today.The college announced the change on its website.As predicted by healthcare officials, a significant increase in COVID-19 cases is occurring in the region. With recommendations from JCC’s health services team, they are suspending on-campus instruction and campus operations.“This decision was made with an abundance of caution for the health and safety of our students and employees during this second, and in many cases, more severe wave of the COVID-19 pandemic,” said JCC president Daniel DeMarte in a statement. “Cases of COVID-19 are predicted to continue to climb even higher in the coming holiday weeks.” However, essential personnel are allowed on campus. Courses scheduled through Cornell Cooperative Extension and Workforce Readiness will continue as scheduled.The school says student support services, which include tutoring, academic advising, library services, and more, will continue to be available to students.The college says they will continue remote until the Christmas break.
Related Stories Double Digits: How the No. 44 jersey remains elusive 10 years after being retired by SyracuseScott Shafer, Floyd Little discuss restoration of No. 44 to football program Published on November 9, 2015 at 1:22 pm Contact Sam: [email protected] | @SamBlum3 Facebook Twitter Google+ Floyd Little has publicly voiced his desire to bring No. 44 back on the field for Syracuse football. And while he admits the 2015 season has been “a struggle,” he still sees potential from an up-and-coming young running back to wear the historic No. 44.“Jordan (Fredericks) is a good runner,” Little said. “I like his style. I like his vision. He’s a good player. I have talked to him and embraced him and encouraged him. But we haven’t talked about (wearing No. 44).”Little said he likes how Fredericks creates yards even after taking the initial hit on the run. It’s what makes him a “great player,” Little said. The freshman has taken over the top spot on the depth chart and has run for 426 yards while scoring three touchdowns. He also has caught a touchdown and has become the best option after starting the year behind Devante McFarlane and George Morris.Floyd Little will be honored on Saturday with a statue to commemorate his time wearing the No. 44. Statues of Ernie Davis and Jim Brown will also be unveiled before Syracuse faces No. 1 Clemson. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text