EDUCATION & CHILD CARE

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Here's what's been shared as of Sunday, July 12, 2020:

ALL AREAS: Whitehouse Guidelines for Opening Up America Again

ALL AREAS: Johns Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center: Maps, Trends, Testing, Tracing, and other helpful information for understanding the prevention, spread, diagnosis, and treatment with updated data.

ALL AREAS: Return to Work Guide from MO Chamber of Commerce

At-Home Activities

Child Care

Emotional Wellness and Mental Health Tips for Students Staying at Home

Ideas that are working to keep students learning and fed

  • Public school districts are offering meals to all district children under the age of 18. Families need to sign up so contact your district if you aren’t already involved. Most are offering pick-up times and even delivering the meals on bus routes!
  • Many schools are operating “school as usual” with online classes, Zoom group conversations online, and homework assignments. They are challenging students to think outside the box and explore their subjects differently in ways that can’t be done in a normal classroom. Kudos to all of the teachers and administrators working so hard to completely pivot to use new tools to stay connected with their students!

Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

Missouri Department of Higher Education and Workforce Development

Missouri Western State University

North Central Missouri College

Northwestern Missouri State University

U.S. Department of Education


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Here's what's been shared as of Sunday, July 12, 2020:

ALL AREAS: Whitehouse Guidelines for Opening Up America Again

ALL AREAS: Johns Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center: Maps, Trends, Testing, Tracing, and other helpful information for understanding the prevention, spread, diagnosis, and treatment with updated data.

ALL AREAS: Return to Work Guide from MO Chamber of Commerce

At-Home Activities

Child Care

Emotional Wellness and Mental Health Tips for Students Staying at Home

Ideas that are working to keep students learning and fed

  • Public school districts are offering meals to all district children under the age of 18. Families need to sign up so contact your district if you aren’t already involved. Most are offering pick-up times and even delivering the meals on bus routes!
  • Many schools are operating “school as usual” with online classes, Zoom group conversations online, and homework assignments. They are challenging students to think outside the box and explore their subjects differently in ways that can’t be done in a normal classroom. Kudos to all of the teachers and administrators working so hard to completely pivot to use new tools to stay connected with their students!

Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

Missouri Department of Higher Education and Workforce Development

Missouri Western State University

North Central Missouri College

Northwestern Missouri State University

U.S. Department of Education


CLICK HERE TO RETURN TO PREVIOUS PAGE: Helping Each Other through the Pandemic