According to the American Physical Therapy Association, up to 55 percent of students carry backpacks that are too heavy.
It’s back to school time and as the kids get ready, crossing guards in Green Bay have a new way of keeping everyone safe.
Experts suggest a week before the first day of school is the best time to get children back into school day routines.
The Salvation Army program provides backpacks and school supplies for children in kindergarten through 12th grade.
With just days to go before the start of school, mornings will get busier for families across our area.
Buying clearance summer items is key because they can still be worn well into the school year.
Shopko and the Greenleaf-Wrightstown Optimist Club each donated $500 to the Salvation Army’s Tools for School Program.
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Overloaded backpacks can cause muscle pain and back aches.
Packing up the kids to head to the bus stop as a new school year starts means packing a lunch again.
Don’t click on an ad on social media unless you’ve actually signed up for deals with that retailer.
According to the National Retail Federation, Internet back-to-school shopping has trended up in 2015.
Click on the city name to find the school district dress code.
A sleep expert has some good advice for parents and kids.
Check out those weekly ads and look online.
The Better Business Bureau has some advice to help parents and guardians take advantage of savings.
The average family plans to spend $630 for back-to-school items this year, according to a new survey from The National Retail Federation.