Category Archives: PVAMU

PVAMU CEP: Social Media Safety and Awareness

PVAMU-CEP Getting Tested for COVID-19

PVAMU CEP Getting Tested for COVID-19 Come along with me as I get tested for COVID-19. I gathered the courage to do this to encourage going to get tested. This test is free if you have you have medical insurance. If not there is a fee that might vary depending on the location. I hope this video is helpful. Be safe and wear your mask! COVID-19 Testing Site: https://www.cvs.com/minuteclinic/clinic-locator/covid-19-testing/wharton-covid-6738.html Kashara L. Bell Extension Agent, Wharton County Prairie View A&M University Cooperative Extension Program Family & Community Health 315 E. Milam… Read More →

Updated COVID-19 Guidelines – Dec 4

Updated Covid Guidelines from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Wharton County has been designated as a Red County. With that comes the following stipulations that will go into effect on December 9 – December 23: Red Level: Counties with two of three factors pertaining to positivity rate of greater than 8% or more, OR a rapid rise in cases OR a hot spot No face to face Extension-hosted or Extension-sponsored events. No guest speaking or presenting at other entities’ events. No overnight events.

PVAMU CEP: COVID-19 Balanced Living Podcast Series

Wharton County Balanced Living Podcast  

Faith Christian Academy Expresses Gratitude to PVAMU County Agent Bell

September 21. 2020 – Faith Christian Academy’s Owner and Founding Board Member, Sandy Wakefiled, pens a message of appreciation: Christian Academy Expresses Gratitude to County Agent Before the Covid-19 Pandemic, Kashara Bell from Prairie View A&M University’s Cooperative Extension Program implemented educational workshops at Faith Christian Academy in Wharton, TX. Through these workshops, she and School Nurse Nancy Ondrias facilitate amazing opportunities for FCA students to try new foods, learn essential life skills, and compete in fun contests through the Family and Community Health (FCH) program. A few years… Read More →