K-State launches ‘Suddenly In Charge’

A K-State program is geared to help teenager take care of younger children. The "Suddenly In Charge" program could be useful for students taking classes at home.

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April 14, 2020 - 9:07 AM

K-State is launching a program to help teens and tweens take care of younger children. 

With the closing of schools and preschools due to coronavirus, parents may be in sudden need of someone to assist with the care of their children while they are at work. 

In response, K-State Research and Extension agents across the state have created the program “Suddenly in Charge.” This program includes tools and resources for those who are new to taking care of others, those who have been doing it for years, and parents who want to be prepared. 

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