We get it – preparing kids to go back to school is exciting, and busy, and STRESSFUL. Now let’s do a little something nice for YOU! Welcome to RCM’s Great Big Back to School Giveaway… for parents!
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We’ve learned a thing or two about sending kids back to school in Huntsville over the years. So we’ve made it easy for you and created a compendium that puts it all in one place! Here’s everything you ever wanted to know about going back to school.
“A potted cactus is never a good idea to let a student carry onto the bus even if it is show and tell day.” Read what advice a 30-year veteran educator has for parents facing a new school year.
Just how important is sleep to your student? We asked an expert for tips on how to get you and your kids on a back to school sleep schedule.
There’s about a thousand different ways to acquire all those new school supplies kids need to start a fresh school year.Different families use different strategies to get it all together, so we’re detailing five of our favorite back-to-school shopping methods just for you.
For kids with special needs, this time of year can be challenging. Here’s some great tips for getting your kids ready to go back to school – especially if you have children with special needs.
Alabama will hold its ninth annual sales tax holiday, beginning Friday, August 1, 2014 and ending Sunday, August 3, 2014 at 12 midnight, giving Huntsville and Madison County shoppers the opportunity to purchase certain school supplies, computers and clothing free of state sales tax. Local sales tax may apply. For a complete list of what’s exempt and what’s […]
Summer break is a little bit shorter for most of us in the Huntsville/Madison area this year. In less than TWO WEEKS we will be setting alarm clocks, packing lunches and preparing to make a new year of memories. Here are a few tips you can start now to help make the transition painless and get the […]
Well, the school year is upon us, and I have a confession to make. [whispers] I am excited. I know that as a mom, I am supposed to lament the end of this supersized vacation (thanks, Alabama legislature!) and long for the lazy days of summer. But that was before my children decided that Arguing […]