Parents can use Halloween as an opportunity to teach children that candy and treats are a part of life but must be managed within a healthy diet.
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Teach kids not to look at phone while walking, and to make eye contact with drivers when crossing street
Popcorn, whole-grain rice cakes and crackers are convenient, on-the-go snacks.
Don’t let your health get tricked this Halloween! Here are a few ways to stay safe and healthy.
Riding a bike is an important skill to give people independence and provide an enjoyable form of physical activity.
Fall is a great time to take the kids on a leaf exploration walk.
We love the spirit Aloma Elementary staff showed off during Red Ribbon Week.
National Prescription Drug Take Back Day helps by providing a safe and anonymous place where people can turn in their unused prescription drugs.
This interactive map allows you to explore rates of chronic absence at the school, district, state, and national levels by student and school characteristics.
MMS staff look pretty in pink as they bring awareness to National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.