The St. Lawrence-Lewis BOCES is coordinating with all 18 component school districts including Parishville-Hopkinton Central School to provide access to families of first responders and healthcare workers. Essential healthcare workers may include physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, registered nurses, LPNs, nurse assistants, or lab personnel. First responders may include paramedics, EMTs, police officers, and firefighters.
If you are a healthcare worker or first responder in need of child care services, please email email@example.com, or call the main office at 315-562-8130 and leave a message.
For a listing of available child care resources in St. Lawrence County, visit https://www.sllboces.org/apps/pages/COVID19
If you are a parent or caregiver who needs child care, please complete this parent need for child care survey. Based on the information you provide about your job, employer, number of children, and financial need, OCFS may be able to help you find the child program you need. It may be a challenge to find child care due to COVID-19 related program closures, however the staff at OCFS are trying their best to support families to find the high quality child care that they need.
OCFS is collecting information from licensed and registered child care providers to find out whether they have openings in their child care program, and if they have the capacity and desire to serve more children than their established capacity. Providers who have slots available in their program are asked to complete this survey every Wednesday. OCFS will share this information with stakeholders including the local child care resource and referral agencies to help connect parents in need of child care with available slots in their community.
Work on Google Docs, Sheets, & Slides offline
If you aren't connected to the internet, you can still create, view, and edit files on:
- Google Docs, Google Sheets, and Google Slides
Use Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides offline
You can save the most recently opened documents on your computer.
Before you turn on offline access
- You must be connected to the internet.
- You must use the Google Chrome
- Don't use private browsing.
- Install and turn on Google Docs Offline Chrome extension.
- Make sure you have enough available space on your device to save your files.
How to turn on offline access
- On your computer, open the Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides home screen.
- At the top left, click Main menu
- Turn on Offline.
Note: If you turn on offline access for Docs, Sheets, Slides, or Drive, the rest will be available offline.
- Open Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides in your Chrome browser to work offline.
Make specific files available offline
If you have enough storage, some of your most recent files will be automatically saved offline. To manually select files to save offline:
- Follow the steps above to turn on offline access in Google Drive.
- Open the Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides home screen.
- On the file you want to use offline, click More
- Click Available offline. A check mark will appear in the bottom left corner to show that the file is available offline.
Tip: You can also make a file available offline by opening a Google document, spreadsheet, or presentation, and clicking File Make available offline.
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