K-12 Schools are Closed for the Rest of the School Year. And Museums, Libraries and Camps, are Suspended, Too.
We are in an unprecedented time right now. So much has happened within the last month. The coronavirus pandemic has caused state and local authorities to shutter schools and businesses in an effort to stem the spread of the virus.
What’s next and how can we be diligent to protect and provide for our families during COVID-19?
Although there are so many unknowns and rapid changes are occurring daily, our team is hard at work to prepare, connect, and provide helpful resources.
During planned school breaks, we normally have summer camps, museums, libraries and parks in our arsenal. School may be out, but we have a myriad of other places to go to keep kids engaged.
But this time, Southwest Michigan is closed and busy kids everywhere are feeling the strain. Add to that the fact that mom and dad still have to work, and the usual child care options of grandma or a neighbor kid are gone, and we are in a crunch!
What’s next?! – Find Updated Info on Community Resources, Video Chat Apps, Teledoc Options, and Things for Kids to Do
Although there are so many unknowns and rapid changes are occurring daily, our team has been hard at work providing helpful resources, as well as remind you, “we are in this together!”
Find community links, educational tips, ways to connect with family via video chats, meals for kids through school distribution programs, childcare, telemedicine resources. And, things to do at home.