Are We There Yet?
If you’re already in panic mode about what to do with the kids this summer, this event is for you.
Everything you’ve wanted to know about Champaign-Urbana summer camps will be available at a “Summer Enrichment Extravaganza” from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday at Urbana Middle School, 1201 S. Vine St., U.
I know you were considering this, so here’s a safety tip.
Don’t hide Easter eggs in light sockets. Or poison ivy. Or a squirrel's nest.
Those are among the Easter safety tips in a recent news release from “Mr. No-No,” aka Scott Cirillo, a teacher, father of four and child safety advocate in Hollywood, Calif.
Looking for some fun things to do with the kids this weekend?
It’s all about eggs.
You can attend an “Eggstravaganza” — or Eggs-travaganza or Egg-travaganza, depending on where you go — to hunt or color eggs at several different events Friday and Saturday.
Attention parents of 5-year-olds in Champaign: today is the last day of kindergarten registration under Unit 4's controlled-choice system.
Registration will continue until 4:30 p.m. at the Family Information Center, 405 E. Clark St., C.
Director Hattie Paulk said traffic was fairly steady this morning with families who "realize it's the last day." Close to 600 children have registered for kindergarten so far this month, though she didn't have an exact count.
The news hit us like a ton of sausage.
A recent study compiled by Harvard researchers found that eating processed meats, including lunchmeat, greatly increases your risk for heart disease and diabetes. http://bit.ly/bl0Awu
This throws a wrench in our school lunch prep. Not for my son, who has taken a peanut-butter-and-jelly sandwich to school every day since kindergarten. He is in fourth grade. We’re now approaching the 900-PB&J sandwich threshold.