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COVID-19 Resources


Center for Disease Control and Prevention

World Health Organization

National Institute of Health 

Mayo Clinic

K-State Research and Extension News COVID-19 Resources

For Families-Kansas Together: A Project of Kansas House Leadership

USDA COVID-19 Federal Rural Resource Guide


Local & State Resources

Edwards County Medical Center

Edwards County Website - This provides business resources

Kansas Department of Health and Environment

Kansas Department of Labor


Edwards County Resources

Grab and Go Meals 

Free breakfast and lunch for all children 1-18 years old. Please note that the child receiving meals must be present at pick up time.

Meal Pick-Up Locations:

KJSHS 11am – 1pm

Bus Barn 11am – 12pm

Offerle St. Joseph’s Church 11am – 12pm


Family Resources

Brain Breaks (South Dakota State University Extension)

Coronavirus: Managing Family Finances (Alabama Cooperative Extension System)

Disasters: Children's Responses and Helping Them Recover

Tips for Families (Zero to Three)

The Child Mind Institute - information about managing anxiety, discipline and behavior

Surviving and Thriving during Quarantine 



5 Ways to Keep Kids Engaged and Learning at Home (National 4-H)

Common Sense Education - information about digital citizenship and well-being

Nebraska 4-H Virtual & At-Home Learning

Parenting in a Pandemic

The American Academy of Pediatrics

University of Wyoming Cooperative Extension Service At Home Activities

Young Children at Home during the COVID-19 Outbreak: The Importance of Self-Care (Zero to Three - early childhood resources)


Telecommuting/Working Remotely Resources

Best Practices for Remote Work (Prepared by Trudy Rice, Program Leader Coordinator for Extension Community Vitality)

Belay Solutions (Virtual.eXtenion.org virtual assistants for teaching and working virtually)

How to Work from Home When You Have Kids (Harvard Business Review)

How Managers Can Be Fair About Flexibility for Parents and Non-Parents Alike (Harvard Business Review)


Ag Community Resources

American Veterinary Medical Association

Animals and Coronavirus Disease 2019 (CDC website) 

Six Possible Impacts of COVID-19 on Farming  

USDA Coronavirus (COVID-19) website


Suddenly in Charge

Suddenly in Charge is designed to help teens and tweens with their roles in taking care of younger children.

Check out the link above for more tips and guides to help you meet the needs of the young people in your care.