Back to School 2012Published on 08/03/2012 Start the school year off right with a collection of advice and ideas from University of Georgia College of Family and Consumer Sciences and College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Extension faculty. Included are tips for building a strong relationship with your child's teacher, protecting your child from identity theft and tips for packing a low-cost, environmentally-friendly lunch.
- A parent's guide to reducing test anxiety Published on 08/09/2012
- Routines important for parents and children Published on 08/06/2012
- Children can start learning financial responsibility at an early age Published on 08/03/2012
- Parents and children can team up to reduce household waste Published on 08/03/2012
- Bed bugs are popping up in schools Published on 08/03/2012
- Back to School 2012 Published on 08/02/2012
- Healthier and greener lunchbox fillers are also often the cheapest options Published on 08/02/2012
- Georgia 4-H helps build leadership through its Step Up and Lead program Published on 08/02/2012
- Parent and teacher relationships are critical to student success Published on 08/02/2012
- A little planning can make parents and teachers feel safer about food allergies Published on 08/02/2012
- Protecting a child's identity protects their future Published on 08/02/2012
Lines of school buses idling outside schools creates harmful air pollution and wastes fuel. To protect students' lung, and save engine parts, bus, and parents' vehicles, should not idle while waiting for students to exit school buildings, University of Georgia experts say.Download Image
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