With the recent surge of COVID-19 in the region, the SJCC will now be publishing a running report reflecting COVID-19 incidents directly affecting the SJCC community. Each incident will be listed with date and impact information, beginning July 1, 2021.
Public Health leaders urge public to prepare now for rapid surge in local COVID-19 Omicron cases – PUBLIC HEALTH INSIDER
Rolling into September and the Jewish New Year, SJCC CEO Amy Lavin shares the excitement of fall at the J. Plus: an update on the J’s new COVID-19 mitigation protocols.
We have a new digital health attestation online form you can complete prior to arriving to the J.
Starting Monday, all locker rooms will be open. Please continue to follow all signs around the property as we adapt foot and vehicle traffic patterns to meet user needs and uphold COVID-19 mitigation protocols.
Beginning Thursday, April 1, in accordance with Department of Health guidelines, the J will expand our locker room use to include sectioned-off, socially distanced showers.
Starting Monday, March 22, reservations are no longer required to work out in the Fitness Center, as part of the state of Washington's move into Phase 3 of the "Healthy Washington: Roadmap to Recovery."
Starting Monday, we'll have 17 spots available in the J's fitness center (including the north side of the basketball gym) during each workout timeslot.
In light of the new guidelines announced by Governor Inslee on Tuesday, January 5, we hope to reopen the SJCC fitness center and indoor fitness activities starting Monday, January 11. Stay tuned for more details in the coming days
Following the latest health mandate from Governor Inslee and the State of Washington, the SJCC's fitness center will close as of 6:00 pm Monday, Nov. 16, 2020.