Back To School Safety Tips Safety tips for riding a bus, biking, walking or riding in a car. Learn the danger zones and how to arrive at school safely. http://www.nsc.org/mem/youth/8_school.htm
Extractions: School bus transportation is safe. In fact, buses are safer than cars! Even so, last year, approximately 26 students were killed and another 9,000 were injured in incidents involving school buses. More often than not, these deaths and injuries didn't occur in a crash, but as the pupils were entering and exiting the bus. Remember these safety tips: CLICK HERE TO LEARN ABOUT THE "DANGER ZONES" AROUND A BUS.
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Extractions: America Goes Back to School Program The CPSC publications below contain valuable information you can use to protect the children of your community as they go to and from school or while they are at play. Have a safe and healthy school year! If the publication you want has (pdf) after it, you need to have the Adobe TM Acrobat TM reader. If you don't have it, you can download it at no cost. CPSC's Back to School News Release
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Welcome To Adobe GoLive 4 NHTSA back to school safety Contents. Schoolbus and Bike Safety Handouts. Dowload PDF. Gus get to school (and back again) safely game. Dowload PDF. http://www.nhtsa.dot.gov/kids/bussafety/bckschool_safely/
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Extractions: What To Do in an Emergency ... For Grown-Ups School Safety For most of the year, children spend more time at school than anywhere else other than their own home. At school, children need a secure, positive, and comfortable environment to help them learn. Overall, schools are one of the safest places children can be. However, some schools have problems, such as bullying and theft, which make them less secure. These problems make students and educators feel less safe, and it makes it harder for students to learn and for teachers to do their jobs. There are simple ways to make schools a safer place. If students, parents, teachers, administrators, law enforcement, and community members work together, they can solve these problems. Visit the web pages below to find out more about school safety and ways to make schools safer. Read more on the following topics: To and From School Safely In the Classroom How Parents Can Get Involved in School Safety School Violence Prevention ... Stop Bullying
Extractions: Main Autumn News As children are now back in school, it is important to help them get to and from school safely. Be sure to observe the speed limits in school zones and supervise your children on their way to and from school. Before you leave your child at home alone after school, you should make sure that he feels safe and comfortable and can handle the responsibility. Most children are not ready to be left alone until they are at least eleven or twelve years old, but it will depend on your child's maturity level. You may want to gradually let him stay home alone for very short times to make sure he is ready. Some things to review before you leave your child home alone include: Make sure that he is comfortable being home alone.
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Back To School Safety - City Of Garland back to school safety. With the thermometer hovering at the hundreddegree mark, it is difficult to think about school days ahead, and the hustle-bustle of http://www.ci.garland.tx.us/Home/Departments/Development Services/Transportation
Extractions: Though we might have become lax with menus, bedtimes, and noticing school zones, we must again be extra diligent. In addition to the many vehicles and school buses needed to transport Garlandâs school children, many more of our little ones will be walking to school this year, some for the first time. Please be reminded of the following laws. School zone speed limit is 20 miles per hour when the lights are flashing. In elementary school zones, the times are 6:55am â 8:10am and 2:55pm â 4:00pm. (These times might vary somewhat due to particular school needs.) Be observant of all speed limits and do not pass any school bus that is stopped with the lights flashing.
CPSC Offers Back To School Safety Tips CPSC s back to school safety Checklist offers tips on making schools, child care facilities and playgrounds safer. Take a few minutes to check your http://www.kidsource.com/cpsc/b2s.cpsc.99.html
Extractions: (301) 504-0580 Ext. 1219 WASHINGTON, D.C. - As millions of children head back to school, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is helping parents, teachers, and caregivers look for hidden hazards to help prevent injuries and deaths to children. CPSC's "Back to School Safety Checklist" offers tips on making schools, child care facilities and playgrounds safer. "Take a few minutes to check your child's school, childcare facility and playground for hidden hazards we don't always think about during this busy time of year," said CPSC Chairman Ann Brown. "Use our free checklist to make sure your children head back to school safely." The free "Back to School Safety Checklist" is available on CPSC's web site at www.cpsc.gov or by sending a postcard to CPSC, Washington DC 20207. Hidden hazards include the following:
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