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 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.
As you may or may not be aware, fall began Wednesday, September 23rd and the effects can already be seen across the country. Here are some tips to make sure your family is prepared for the change of season!
1. Make sure everyone has a raincoat – Although in the summer, a small rainstorm may not warrant a true raincoat,
Lets face it, all kids get hungry and instead of them raiding vending machines or candy closets in the schools, here are some great healthy snacks to send him them to keep them eating right!
1. Sweet Potato Chips – Easy to bake on your own and they taste great. Sweet potato chips are not only delicious but are great sources of vitamins.
With all the hustle and bustle of the busy back to school season, most of us tent to forget that flu season is just around the corner. Here are five tips to prepare your children for this seasons virus!
1. Get Vaccinated! It’s easy to forget to get yourself and your kids vaccinated if you don’t visit the doctor during the season,
10 Concussion Signs for Coaches to Watch For.
As sports seasons are getting into full swing, coaches must be watching their athletes to be sure that none have suffered from a concussion without knowing it. In contact sports, it is very common for a student to sustain a concussion without even knowing it.
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.
We all know kids may not see the fun in eating healthy. Check out ourÂ ten tips below to make eating nutritional meals and snacks more fun for the family!
Blend fat-free or low-fat yogurt or milk with fruit pieces and crushed ice. Use frozen, canned, and even overripe fruits.
Allergies can be a troubling ordeal for your children at any age. Here are some symptoms and prevention tips to help out around the house.
Symptoms- Allergy symptoms often go unrecognized. You may falsely believe you have a cold or the flu. While the symptoms are similar, allergies can be differentiated. Common symptoms include sneezing,
With summer starting to heat up, here are a few tips to make sure you and your children stay safe and cool throughout the summer!
5 Tips for Surviving the Heat this Summer:
Drink Plenty of water– In hot weather, drink enough to quench your thirst.Â The average adult needs eight,