Category: back to school

Home Alone: Prepare Kids for Emergencies

Many children don’t have adult supervision 100% of the time. Parents and caregivers have jobs, errands, and other responsibilities that require them to leave their kids home alone some of the time. Emergencies and no-notice disasters can happen during these gaps in supervision. Here are some practical skills you can teach, and conversations you can Read More >

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Prep Your Health by Reviewing Important Paperwork

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The importance of proofreading everything you write before you turn it in is a lesson many people learn in elementary school, and– throughout much of our early lives–applies almost exclusively to things like book reports and term papers. The need to check personal paperwork for errors and omissions becomes even more important in adulthood when Read More >

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Back to School–Be Prepared!

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As school supplies are packed in backpacks, school bus schedules are double-checked, and the finishing touches are put on your kids first day of school outfit, make sure your emergency plans are in place. Did you know that emergency preparedness plays a major role in school life? Throughout the year, schools actively prepare for natural Read More >

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