Wiggle, Giggle, and Shake starting on Mondays on April 3rd

Intergenerational programming helps bring seniors and children together to form fun and meaningful relationships through music, story time, and activities. Both groups have so much learning from each other that the result of this program is always wonderful. It is amazing to watch the relationships grow every week between the residents and the families. We […]

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Fall storytime schedule set at T. B. Scott Free Library

Preschoolers are invited to T. B. Scott Free Library’s storytime sessions beginning September 14 and 15. Special sessions for different age groups will feature age-appropriate stories, songs and activities. Family Storytime, the traditional Wednesday morning storytime, is open to all age children and adults.  Interactive stories, songs and activities at these sessions are chosen to nurture early literacy […]

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“After the Bell” Program to Start Monday, September 12th

For the 2016-17 school year, the “After the Bell” program will begin on Monday, September 12, 2016.  This free program is available for all middle school students whether they attend public or parochial school from 3:05 – 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday in Room 118 (note new location and enter the school through Door 14) […]

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Back-to-school food safety tips

Students will soon be heading back to school, and many of them will be carrying lunches packed at home. Barbara Ingham, food science specialist with the University of Wisconsin-Extension and UW-Madison, has some tips to help ensure that your child’s home-packed lunches are always safe to eat. Wash your hands and areas used to prepare […]

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Keeping Kids Safe on the Road

Summer means family road trips! Everyone travels somewhere over the summer, even if it is just around town. Whether you are driving 3 miles or 300, you should always be sure to keep kids safe on the road. Regulations on proper car seats and booster seats can be confusing for many parents. The good news […]

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Prevent Child Heatstroke in Cars

Heatstroke is one of the leading causes of death among children. Whether you’re a parent, caregiver or bystander of a child left in a car, it’s important to understand risk factors contributing to child heatstroke. Test your knowledge to see how much you know about child heat stroke.

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Make health part of back-to-school plans

As parents replace their kids’ pool passes with loose-leaf paper, it’s a sign that a new school year is approaching. Adjusting to school may be hard for kids who have spent months at play, but there are ways for parents to get their kids back on a healthy path. For tips go to http://thenationshealth.aphapublications.org/site/healthyyou/HealthyYouBacktoSchool.pdf

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