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The health and well-being of our students, staff, volunteers, and community are of utmost importance to Community Bike Works. Students or families with pandemic-related concerns should contact:
Adonis Cannon: Madison Street Earn a Bike, 610.434.1140
Hana Cannon: East Allentown Earn a Bike, 610.820.9927
James Williams Easton Earn a Bike, 484.655.4869
As of September 20, all Community Bike Works staff and volunteers are required to be vaccinated to be on-site at Community Bike Works.
Staff, volunteers, and students will wear masks during all Community Bike Works programming. This requirement includes outdoor programs, with the exception of rides (see below).
EARN A BIKE & JUNIOR EARN A BIKE
As of the fall of 2021, Community Bike Works will offer in-person options for Earn a Bike and Junior Earn a Bike. All classes will be limited in size, based on the capacity of each location and current public health directives. At any time, we may make the decision or follow public directives to suspend in-person classes and return solely to online classes.
Each staff, volunteer, and student rider will be required to have a mask to participate in a ride. Masks must be worn at the start and end of the ride, and at any point in which riders are not physically distanced.
Riders should not ride side-by-side. Riders should stay 20 feet behind the rider in front (about 4 bike lengths). Riders who must sneeze, cough, blow their nose, etc., must safely reposition themselves to ensure that no one is in their slipstream.
Staff, volunteers, and students should stay home if they are exhibiting symptoms or have been in close contact with someone who has COVID-19 or is exhibiting symptoms. Should a student begin to exhibit symptoms during the programming day, the student will be directed to an isolation area and the student’s family called for immediate pickup.
A staff member, volunteer, or student who has symptoms or who has been or may have been in close contact with an infected person should not return to Community Bike Works until developing a plan with the Deputy Director or the site coordinator listed above. Generally this will mean until receiving physician clearance, receiving a negative test, and/or completing a quarantine as advised by the CDC.
Students with health risks are advised to participate only in online programming. Please talk to staff to develop a plan that works for you.
Read our full plan below: