Back To School
The buses are warming up, the lunches are packed, and it’s time for most Minnesota students to head back to school.
The calendar may still say it is summer but it didn’t feel that way to thousands of Minnesota kids as they headed off to school.
Earlier this week we talked about clothes swapping and friends and family discounts to save money on back to school clothes. Here are a few more ideas to help your kids’ closets and your wallet.
Monday marked the first day of school for kids in the Minneapolis School District. While parents may have already noticed an increase in the cost of school supplies, a new report shows you can also expect price hikes when packing your kids’ lunchbox.
Thinking back to our school days, we brought lunch at one time or another and maybe traded a few items with our friends.
Some suburban Des Moines IA middle school students had a dangerous ride home from the first day of classes.
Oftentimes, parents are more excited when fall rolls around and school reopens than children, but going back to school also means going back to helping with homework.
Most people wouldn’t get excited about moving into a tiny room with a stranger alongside hundreds of 18 year olds. For any soon-to-be college freshman, however, receiving a roommate and dorm assignment is the thrilling moment when college becomes real.
The countdown to the first day of school is on, and parents are hustling to get their kids supplied and outfitted.
Target says it’s time to start thinking flu season as your kids shop for school supplies.
Now more than ever, schools across Minnesota are relying on volunteers to help them out.
Along with purchasing pencils, notebooks and crayons, back-to-school season also means time for vaccinations.
For 7-year-old Ethan Haug, picking out a new backpack for school is easy.
You may not be thinking about back to school shopping yet, but retailers are: they expect to ring up more than $68 billion in sales this year. Though it seems early, getting a jump start on your supply shopping could mean bigger savings in the long run.
Back-to-school shopping is fun, but also very expensive.
Going back to school is the same as it’s always been. Only the details are different. Kids are still kids.
Making lunch for our kids can be frustrating, especially if they don’t eat it. Here are a few tips to help them eat healthy.
Going back to school is a time for change. Here are some ways to change our habits and help the planet this school year.
Kids want the coolest gear for going back to school. Here’s what should be making it into shopping carts this summer.
Deciding on a school outfit is a tough decision. This is how to look like a million bucks while spending a lot less.
Every student needs help with school sometimes, and these apps might just be the answer.
More than 30,000 kids are heading back to class in the Minneapolis school district today — a week earlier than most students in Minnesota.
A jammed-packed show starts with a preview of the annual Minnesota tradition…the State Fair. General Manager Jerry Hammer talks about what attractions, shows, and food to expect starting Thursday from the Fairgrounds in Saint Paul. […]