In an effort to address food insecurity while schools and community centers are closed during the coronavirus outbreak, a number of schools and organizations are providing food services for students and senior citizens.
In Response to COVID-19 developments, some internet providers are offering free services to low-income families and households with students. To view the full list of internet resources click HERE.
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The World Health Organization (WHO) characterized COVID-19 as a pandemic on March 11. The update to “pandemic” reflects the severity, impact, and rate of spread of the disease, with observed spread across the globe.
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Shelby County Schools is committed to providing instructional support to students and families while schools are closed. Each week, learning guides with grade-specific lessons, activities and resources aligned to the same standards and assignments students would normally be working on at this point in the school year will be posted here.
Families without internet can pick up printed learning guides at one of the 60+ meal distribution sites.