The LLCC Police Department will be offering four sessions of its Practical Response to Active Shooters training in October. Sessions will be held at 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. on both Oct. 9 and 16. Training lasts approximately two hours, and is open to all LLCC faculty, staff and students. There is a maximum of 25 students per training session, so pre-registration is required. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
PRACTICAL RESPONSE TO ACTIVE SHOOTERS
If you ever found yourself in an active shooter event, would you know what to do? As with any emergency situation, prior thought and planning play an immense role in our individual response to these highly stressful incidents.
Presented by members of the LLCC Police Department, this hands-on training will provide you with options regarding what to do during an active shooter incident, teach you how to do them, and then give you an opportunity to actually practice these newly learned skills in a supportive, non-stressful environment.
SURS counselors will again be on campus Oct. 8 to conduct one-on-one interviews with those employees within four years of eligible retirement status. If you met with SURS counselors in April, you do not qualify for an appointment this time. How to enroll for an on-campus appointment is included in the attached instructions: SchedulingCounselingSession rev 8.10.15. Please read them carefully. If you have any questions, please contact Kim Elder at (6)2214.
Bistro to Go, LLCC’s student-run cafe, opens next Monday, Sept. 14. Hours of operation are Mondays and Wednesdays from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Soups, salads, sandwiches, entrees, baked goods and coffee drinks will be available for take-away. Orders should be no large than six, and no call-in orders. See what’s on the menu for next week: Bistro To Go 09142015. Cookies, cheesecake and other sweets will also be available.
The LLCC Foundation received a generous $150,000 gift from the M.G. Nelson Family Foundation to support the Grow Beyond Endowment Campaign! Our community friends continue to support the mission of the college and the great work being accomplished by LLCC faculty and staff. For more on Grow Beyond, visit our website.
Make copies “as needed” rather than in large batches at one time. Frequently, extra copies of important internal documents become outdated quickly and only end up being discarded. Making copies as needed can reduce this problem significantly.
Condolences to family and friends of Earl Pillsbury, former LLCC trustee, who passed away Sept. 2. Earl was a member of the Feasibility Study group that was established to create Lincoln Land Community College, and he proudly served as a trustee for 17 1/2 years, including three years as chairman of the board. He was a member of the LLCC Foundation. Earl’s family will greet relatives and friends Sunday, Sept. 6, from 4-7 p.m. at Hurley Funeral Home. His funeral service is being held at 11 a.m. Monday, Sept. 7 at Petersburg United Methodist Church with his nephew, Rev. Michael Swartz, officiating. Burial will be at Rose Hill Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the PORTA Foundation or the Menard County Food Pantry.
We will be performing maintenance on our file server starting this Saturday at 1 p.m.. The maintenance is required in order to fully restore the server from this week’s failure. The server is expected to be unavailable through Sunday.
The file server is the only service that will be affected during the maintenance window. All other services will remain accessible (website, WebAdvisor, email, Blackboard, etc.)