Too Cold for School?

School officials have no problem justifying a delay or cancellation when roads are covered in snow or ice, but making the decision to cancel when low wind chill values are the issue at hand can be much harder. While some children are cozy in the back of a parent’s vehicle during their commute, many of their peers walk to school or a bus stop each day. This contrast in circumstances raises a question commonly debated by both parents and administrators: how cold is too cold for school?
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The dangers of unsecured furniture and TVs: how to prevent tip-over accidents

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In recent months, numerous parents watched a shocking viral video of a 2-year-old Utah boy rescuing his twin brother, who was pinned under a fallen dresser. Others read about IKEA’s $50 million settlement with the families of three toddlers who were killed in tip-over incidents involving furniture made by the company.

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