Burlington-Edison School District Coronavirus COVID-19 Information Page is a good place to look for student food service information. Follow the school district on their Facebook page for updates also.
Burlington-Edison School District Emergency Update Phone Lines :
Community Action of Skagit County updates their page daily with service updates for the community. Look here for information on take-out lunch service, energy assistance, and housing and homelessness services.
Washington State COVID-19 Response is where all state agencies provide their information and emergency actions. Start here for links to the State Department of Health, resources for individuals and families, travelers and commuters, the latest information on unemployment benefits for business and workers and small business support from the Department of Employment Security, local health departments, and for childcare, K-12, and higher education.
Washington 2-11 connects you to community resources statewide. Dial 2-1-1 or visit wa211.org.
Washington State Library’s CORVID-19 Resource Guide has collocated resources on the Washington State COVID-19 Response, free online learning resources, and even cleaning guides. Their guide is incredibly helpful and filled with some really fun activities for students learning at home.
Washington State Community Action Partnership Page , like the Washington State site, is a good place for those looking for sick leave benefits, bill waivers, payment plans, and energy assistance, and to find hunger relief organizations. There is also information provided on how to local support businesses and nonprofits.
Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides national statistics about the spread of the virus and quarantine efforts underway to decrease its spread. You’ll also find resources for K-12 Schools and Childcare Programs for preventing COVID-19 virus spread in communities. Print and post handwashing posters above sinks at home as a reminder for how to effectively wash hands to prevent the spread of the virus.
FEMA’s Rumor Control page is to help the public distinguish between rumors and facts regarding the response to coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Rumors can easily circulate within communities during a crisis. Do your part to the stop the spread of disinformation by doing 3 easy things; don’t believe the rumors, don’t pass them along and go to trusted sources of information like your state and local government’s official websites or social media accounts for instructions and information specific to your community.
Database company EBSCO has made their DynaMed COVID-19 virus Topic available, free of charge; the Topic is being maintained daily.