With every new season comes a whole new crop of eye candy to shop for. Pages and pages to be exact. But navigating the new arrivals section can feel daunting: Between the overload of budding trends and the general excitement of seeing all things new and exciting, we tend to shop with eyes bigger than our wallet. It's easy to get caught up in adding everything you see to cart, then having a small cry when your checkout page lists 20 items and a price with one too many zeros.
"We were in such admiration for how these boys went above and beyond to respect our nation's flag!"
The Brushbox flier provided to new students immediately raised red flags, with people calling out the brand for such an inappropriate message.
Mom Maura Tarnoff noticed her little boy was going to the bathroom several times during the night and then wetting his bed in the morning. Her gut told her something was seriously wrong.
Already, an Alabama school district is seeing the positive impact of its new school resource officer, as two children have been saved from horrific conditions at home.
Going back to school can be an anxious time for many students, but one institution in Texas is doing its part to make sure that middle schoolers are returning refreshed and inspired to learn.
The country's divisiveness has spilled over into signage at an Orange County, Calif., high school football game.
"Being a single mom can be emotionally and mentally hard — but mostly it's incredibly joyful," says single mom Christine Coppa.
The ACLU stepped in after there were concerns about the school's enforcement of the dress code, which had been revised to allow leggings.
The woman welcomed the little boy "with open arms" when he crawled into her lap at a high school football game.
In response to Nike's Colin Kaepernick ad, a high school math teacher in Louisiana posted racist remarks telling black people to “move.”
Transitioning your kids from summer mode to back-to-school is a struggle that every parent knows. But this time can also be stressful and confusing for our pets. Joining us with tips on easing the transition for our pets when the kids head back to school is Rachelle LeJeune from Wisconsin Humane Society. For more information, visit WIhumane.org.
Starting high school or heading off to college can be a stressful time for both parents and students. Lifestyle contributor Jasmine Stringer is here with a few tips to help conquer the back-to-school blues. (3:15) WCCO Mid-Morning – Sept. 11, 2018
Teachers dedicate their lives to their students, so why are they so underappreciated? Once a stable career, teacher pay has declined along with classroom budgets. Today, we speak to an English teacher from Rockford, Michigan who makes $43,000 a year.
It's not just parents grappling with school fees and extracurricular costs as the year gets underway — principals and staff are also operating with tight budgets trying to make education more equitable for students. David DeRosa, president of the B.C. Principals' and Vice Principals' Association, says there is "definitely some sticker shock" for parents with the first weeks of back-to-school costs — but the problem runs much deeper than that. "If you separate out that back-to-school cost from the actual fee structure, the challenges are more around the extracurriculars," DeRosa said.
A school in Georgia sent a "consent to paddle form" home to parents after reinstating the old-school method of punishment.
The note says that each child in the class is allowed to leave the room to use the bathroom, see the nurse, or get water only twice in an entire month.
Hundreds of students at Sacramento High School are refusing to return to class until their demands are met by the school`s administration.
According to police, an 88-year-old man's foot became stuck between the brake and accelerator and his SUV killed Angel Hayes while she was on crossing guard duty.
"When Nike signs an anti-American thug to represent their brand, I will not support, wear, purchase, or endorse their product. Bye-bye Nike," the principal wrote on Facebook.
As high school students arrived at Marion P. Thomas Charter School in Newark, N.J., on the first day of class, they weren't expecting to be rejected at the door. That's exactly what happened.