Back to School 2018Published on 07/02/2018
It's the middle of summer, but back-to-school season will be upon us before we know it.
University of Georgia Cooperative Extension personnel and UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and College of Family and Consumer Sciences faculty have produced a series of stories to help parents prepare for the upcoming school year.
From building strong school-year routines to helping kids handle bullying, our researchers have provided advice to make this school year the best it can be. This year’s stories cover the following topics.
- Smart speakers can be amazing tools but parents need to be cautious Published on 07/05/2018
- Bedtimes can make a difference in children's mood and ability at school Published on 07/05/2018
- Making the switch from summer brain back to school brain Published on 07/05/2018
- Vegetables don't have to be scary Published on 07/05/2018
- CAES scientists go live on Facebook this fall Published on 07/05/2018
- The path to college begins in middle school Published on 07/05/2018
- UGA Radon Education Program sets Oct. 5 as deadline for annual Radon Poster Contest Published on 07/04/2018
- Be an asset to your child's school garden Published on 07/04/2018
- Teach children to eat healthy meals and stay active by being their role model Published on 07/04/2018
- Early conversations about money can pay big dividends in financial literacy Published on 07/04/2018
- Open lines of communication can help students dealing with cyber bullies Published on 07/04/2018
- Parents and children can explore the outdoors together Published on 07/01/2018
- The signs of bullying are subtle but parents need to be aware Published on 06/28/2018
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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