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USAGov’s Back to School Guide for Teachers and Parents

Date: August 8, 2017
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Back to school time can be both exciting and stressful for parents and teachers alike. Getting ready for the first day of classes is an arduous effort. Check out these tips from USAGov to help make this year’s back to school time easier:

  • Can you believe the kids are going back to school already?

    Yep, it’s that time of the year! And to make it a little easier, USAGov has 3 resources to help get the school year started: 

    Make sure your kids get those shots! 

    Go to to find out which vaccinations your kids need for the start of the school year.

    If you can’t afford to get your kids vaccinated, you may be eligible for the CDC’s free Vaccines for Children Program. Find out more at

    2. Enrolling your kids in an afterschool program?  
    Go to  to find your school district online. Your state education department might also have programs your kids can join to pick up some cool skills and experiences after class is done. 
    3. Teach your kids how to deal with bullying. 
    Empower them with tips from to help them stand up for themselves and stay safe on the playground and online. 

    Get more tips for a great school year. Check out USAGov’s Back To School Guide for Teachers and Parents.

    Connect with USAGov. Your guide to government information and services at 

    Contact us online, through email & chat, social media and by phone at 1-844-USAGOV1.

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