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At first glance, 2020 is a year most of us would like to forget. But challenging times test character and often bring out the best in people. These Top 10 stories of 2020 highlight CoServ’s giving spirit and commitment to the communities we serve, even though these challenging times.
CoServ is a rapidly growing electric and gas utility that has grown into one of the largest cooperatives in the country as our service territory becomes increasingly urban and suburban. But we haven’t forgotten our heritage as a small-town rural cooperative going back to our founding as Denton County Electric Cooperative in 1937.
CoServ's Adopt-a-School program has reaped many benefits for Corinth Elementary School over the last three years and will continue to do as it winds down this school year.
The start of the 2020-2021 school year was anything but normal. Would learning be virtual, in-person or some combination of the two?
The COVID-19 pandemic forced parents, teachers and school districts to make tough decisions regarding students and classrooms amid continued uncertainty. One thing that shouldn’t be doubted is CoServ’s commitment to academic initiatives.
Goody bags with face masks, hand sanitizer and other items will be distributed to all 4,500 teachers in Frisco ISD as students return for in-person learning.
As school districts planned for students’ return to classrooms this fall, virtual or otherwise, CoServ did the same. The new distance-learning initiative has a name – CoServ Academy – and the Energy Education Team has a plan.
CoServ helped Lewisville ISD distribute technology before the start of school.
COVID-19 canceled many events this year, but it also prompted creativity and improvisation that resulted in memorable graduation ceremonies for 13,500 North Texas high school graduates and their families.
The CoServ Charitable Foundation awarded thousands of dollars in scholarships to seniors throughout our service territory, continuing the tradition amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The theme of CoServ's "drive-through thank you" for LISD cafeteria workers was simple: "You haven't stopped serving others. Now it's our turn to serve you!" More than 150 workers pulled up to the LISD administrative office on Main Street and to an elementary school where they received snacks and a cold bottle of water.