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CPR: How to get Certified

Accidents are unpredictable. however you must be prepared for them because they are also certain to happen.  Making sure your staff is CPR certified is a must when working with children.  Here are a few ways to make sure everyone gets certified.

1. Check your local community center – Many cities and towns offer government sponsored classes at their local community centers.  

New Sports Seasons Safety Tips

As we begin to enter the Winter sports season and say goodbye the the Fall, parents and coaches alike should prepare their athletes accordingly based on the sport.  Here are some safety tips by Sport.

Basketball – Although it may take a moment to adjust to the feel, some sort of eye protection is recommended to protect the athlete from close encounters with other athletes.  

3 Ways to Prepare For a Rainy Day

As you may have heard, this past weekend a large geographic area of the Carolinas was devastated by rain and floods.  Whether you are a a school that was personally affected by these natural disasters, or are just looking to have a plan in place for the future, here are some tips that will help you put a plan together courtesy of Student Accident.

Food Allergy Awareness: Tips for Administrators

Food allergies are an unavoidable issue that we all must acknowledge and prepare for each day.  Here are some tips for how to make sure your schools is prepared to accommodate students with food allergies.

1. Prepare the cafeteria staff – The main interaction between students and food at your school will almost always be in a cafeteria.  

3 Ways to Keep Children’s Minds Sharp in the Summer

Library Programs

It’s never too early to sign your child up for their first library card and summer is an excellent time to do so.  Not only do most schools already have required summer reading programs to encourage the kids to read, but many libraries have their own programs offering rewards and incentives to the children who log the most pages.