Those burning questions and others may be answered in a virtual program scheduled Aug. 14 by the Royersford Free Public Library. Other programs also are available next week for both adults and kids.
Pine Forge Academy is bringing students back to campus Aug. 24 and has invested in ultraviolet light devices, in part, to scrub the air inside its rooms and kill pathogens like coronavirus.
Ninth-grade student Rachel Bergey devised a way to entice destructive spotted lanternflies into her trap on the trunk of a tree, and get them to "stick around," so to speak. She won two awards.
The free daily program is available for children ages 3-5 whose families meet specific economic criteria. It focuses on academic, social-emotional, and physical development.
The July 15 session in the YWCA Tri-County Area's series on racism, racial justice, and social justice tackles dealing with mental health and trauma responsiveness during twin national crises.
Early education, youth empowerment, family cooking, and adult education and training classes are resuming Monday (today, July 6) and throughout the month at the YWCA Tri-County Area.
Child day care providers who offer services from their family homes must meet new guidelines intended to avert deadly tragedies like that of a fire in which young children died last year.
Local school districts have until next Tuesday, but most have already acted, to claim a share of more than $1.87 million allocated to them for school health and safety expenses in the wake of the pandemic.