Give young teens the tools to be safe at home during COVID-19

By nfpa@jiveon.com Not everyone has the luxury of working from home in these weeks of restrictions. And that means kids old enough to stay alone or to mind younger siblings may be tasked to make lunches, prep dinners, and be responsible for safety. While YouTube can

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