HALLOWEEN SAFETY TIPS

Posted: October 27, 2016

 

These are some general guidelines to follow when choosing a safe Halloween for kids.

-No high heels or oversized shoes -Use non-toxic/hypoallergenic face paints or make-up (no masks) -If choose to use masks, make sure they don’t cover the eyes or restrict vision and should not restrict breathing -Add reflectors to your costume after dark -Make sure costumes are nor too long, too avoid tripping -Wear light colored costumes to be visible in the dark -Only trick or treat at ho


Five Tips to Help Parents Prevent Bullying

Posted: October 26, 2016

 

The U.S. Department of Education’s most recent school safety survey showed that from 2005 to 2009, 28 percent of middle and high school students reported having been bullied in school. One in 16 students said they were bullied every day.

Parents and guardians are among a school's best allies in bullying prevention: 1. Talk with and Listen to Your Children Everyday Ask questions about their school day, including experiences on the way to and from school, lunch, and reces


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