With the state of schools and how they are going to operate this upcoming school year amid a global pandemic, many parents are making the choice to homeschool their children. However, many parents find themselves wondering where to start, what requirements Missouri has about homeschooling, and where they can find resources to help them in this journey.
Did you find yourself nodding to any or all of these thoughts?
Don’t worry you aren’t alone and we hope that the following resources will help you navigate the journey you are about to embark on or are contemplating.
Due to the continued increase of COVID-19 cases in Camden County, we at the Camden County Library District have taken a proactive measure to protect our patrons, guests, and staff. Beginning August 1, 2020, we will require all persons entering our buildings, and are over the age of 10, to wear a mask. The only exception to this is if you have a medical condition that makes wearing a mask impossible. With this addition, we have had to make some further adjustments.
It has been over a month (Monday, May 4, 2020) since reopening to the public. We applaud all of your efforts to comply with the procedures and restrictions we put in place to keep everyone safe and healthy.
We are sorry for any inconvenience that this may cause, but all branches of the Camden County Library District are NOT accepting book, DVDs, or material donations. We will let everyone know when we resume accepting donations.
While the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) can be scary, we need to remain calm and gather the facts. With so many sources of information, it is hard to know who is telling us the truth. We at the Camden County Library District will our utmost to deliver accurate and relevant data on the current COVID-19 situation.
To help stop the spread and prevent our patrons from becoming ill, ALL programs and events at the Camden County Library District Branches have been canceled until further notice.