The final Little Free Library in Navarro County opened at the Kerens Public Library. This is the 14th LFL that the Navarro County Early Childhood Coalition has erected in the county to support reading and connection for children in the county.
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Corsicana ISD Trustees voted Monday to implement face covering protocols as case counts at individual campuses meet a particular threshold. The district said masks were not mandated, however, as an “opt out” form is available to parents on the district’s website.
Corsicana ISD is disappointed to announce today that the free COVID-19 vaccination clinic scheduled for Friday, Aug. 20 at Corsicana High School will have to be postponed to another date.
As the threat of COVID-19 looms over another school year, the Texas Education Agency has updated its guidance for on-campus learning and activities, with recommendations from the Department of State Health Services and the Centers for Disease Controls.
Hope Center is hosting a library day from 1 to 4 p.m. Monday, Aug. 9 for kids up to age 3 and their parents. They will give away goody bags with free books and other fun things and help connect parents with the library staff, and get a library card.
Although Texas leads the nation in child heatstroke deaths, the state did go nearly seven months into 2021 without a child dying from heatstroke in a vehicle. Sadly, that changed July 16 when a 3-year-old child was found unresponsive in a vehicle in Tyler, making this the first heatstroke death of the year.
The Navarro County Early Childhood Coalition presents its third Child Safety session from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday, June 24 at the Corsicana YMCA Optimist Room.
The Navarro County Early Childhood Coalition continues Child Safety Days Thursday, June 17 and 24. These are free, face-to-face sessions with experts on each topic. Attendees will receive a children's book about each topic and a chance to win door prizes.
The Navarro County Early Childhood Coalition presents Child Safety Days for the next three Thursdays. Parents and caregivers will learn how to have a fun summer while keeping children safe in cars, in the water and at home. These are free, face-to-face sessions with experts on each topic.