To ensure your child has a great first day of school, students and parents are required to attend Meet the Teacher Night on Tuesday, July 25, from 5-7 p.m. You’ll be able to sign up for lunches, purchase uniforms, determine bus routes and numbers, bring in school supplies, and, of course, meet the teacher.
Other than perhaps pagers in the 1990s, it’s difficult to think of any product designed for adults which has become as ubiquitous among kids as mobile devices have become. (Tell your kids about pagers. It’ll make them laugh.) Smartphones—and, to a lesser extent, tablets—are a necessity in most children’s lives.
Is your child refusing to eat anything but chicken nuggets and french fries? All too often, kids are bingeing on unhealthy snack foods instead of fruits and vegetables—children today can go days without consuming any greens at all. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) suggests vegetables should be consumed with every meal and snack. However, produce intake can be difficult when kids are picky eaters.
School’s out, the little tykes have been on vacation for a week, and they’re already bored. How are you going to make it to August? Here are some ideas on how parents and children can get through the summer and have a good time doing it just by planning fun things to do every day. It’s easier than you think.
Besides giving kids a fun place to beat the summer heat with games, activities, computers, drama, music, and academic enrichment, the Summer Food Service Program at Heritage Glendale will provide nutritious meals, from May 22 to July 14, so kids are healthy and ready to learn when they return to school in the fall. No registration or fees required, open to the public.