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With the 2020 Census well underway and households continuing to respond, much attention is directed to daily response rates and the total number of responses. As of June 1, Kansas leads the nation with a state-level average daily response rate of 0.2%! Kansas remains among the top tier of states with a 64.5% self-response rate. (The national average is 60.5%) Thank you for continuing to emphasize how important it is for every household in your community to respond to the census. 2020 Census response rate map

Countering confusion
Everyone is to be counted where they are living and sleeping most of the time as of April 1, 2020. As straightforward as this seems, you are perhaps hearing from persons -- college students, service members, people in health care facilities -- who have questions about where they should count themselves or how they should respond. Other circumstances can cause confusion as well, such as moving, having multiple residences, having no permanent address, living in a shelter, or living at a hotel or RV park. Here's a link where such concerns and questions are answered. Feel free to share: Who To Count

Weekly Infogram
The latest issue of Infogram has good info and helpful links. If you like corny videos, check out the likes of Bob the Tomato, Larry the Cucumber and their veggie buddies sing about the 2020 Census. Kids love it!

Keep on learning!
Attached for social media posting are messages in English and Spanish about how educators and parents can keep kids engaged and learning as Kansas emerges from stay-at-home orders and while social distancing is still recommended. The Census Bureau's Statistics in Schools continues to be a great educational resource while at the same time encouraging participation in the 2020 Census.

Message: #StatisticsInSchools provides resources for educators and parents that can be used at home to keep students engaged and continue learning. Visit 2020census.gov for resources and to respond to the #2020Census. #ShapeYourFuture and the future of our children.
Ad: DRCC_05_27_20_Stats in Schools 1080p (attached)
2020 Census Challenge Video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=MVLYq--JZEo&feature=youtu.b

Message: Estadísticas en las escuelas provee recursos para educadores y padres que pueden ser utilizados en casa para mantener a los estudiantes involucrados y en continuo aprendizaje. Visite el 2020census.gov/es para recursos y para responder al #Censo2020. #DaleFormaATuFuturo y al futuro de nuestros niños.
Ad: DRCC_05_27_20_Stats in Schools Spanish 1080 (attached)
Every Moment Counts Video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=OT7TYo7mmMA&feature=youtu.be
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COMMUNITY INFORMATION

With the 2020 Census well underway and households continuing to respond, much attention is directed to daily response rates and the total number of responses. As of June 1, Kansas leads the nation with a state-level average daily response rate of 0.2%! Kansas remains among the top tier of states with a 64.5% self-response rate. (The national average is 60.5%) Thank you for continuing to emphasize how important it is for every household in your community to respond to the census. 2020 Census response rate map

Countering confusion
Everyone is to be counted where they are living and sleeping most of the time as of April 1, 2020. As straightforward as this seems, you are perhaps hearing from persons -- college students, service members, people in health care facilities -- who have questions about where they should count themselves or how they should respond. Other circumstances can cause confusion as well, such as moving, having multiple residences, having no permanent address, living in a shelter, or living at a hotel or RV park. Heres a link where such concerns and questions are answered. Feel free to share:  Who To Count

Weekly Infogram
The latest issue of Infogram has good info and helpful links. If you like corny videos, check out the likes of Bob the Tomato, Larry the Cucumber and their veggie buddies sing about the 2020 Census. Kids love it!
 
Keep on learning!
Attached for social media posting are messages in English and Spanish about how educators and parents can keep kids engaged and learning as Kansas emerges from stay-at-home orders and while social distancing is still recommended. The Census Bureaus Statistics in Schools continues to be a great educational resource while at the same time encouraging participation in the 2020 Census.

Message: #StatisticsInSchools provides resources for educators and parents that can be used at home to keep students engaged and continue learning. Visit 2020census.gov for resources and to respond to the #2020Census. #ShapeYourFuture and the future of our children.  
Ad: DRCC_05_27_20_Stats in Schools 1080p (attached)
2020 Census Challenge Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MVLYq--JZEo&feature=youtu.b
 
Message: Estadísticas en las escuelas provee recursos para educadores y padres que pueden ser utilizados en casa para mantener a los estudiantes involucrados y en continuo aprendizaje. Visite el 2020census.gov/es para recursos y para responder al #Censo2020. #DaleFormaATuFuturo y al futuro de nuestros niños.
Ad: DRCC_05_27_20_Stats in Schools Spanish 1080 (attached) 
Every Moment Counts Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OT7TYo7mmMA&feature=youtu.beImage attachment
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