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School Threats, Violence On The Rise In Florida

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Now that the coronavirus is somewhat under control, Florida children are back in school. While many are excited to be back after distance learning or homeschooling, it hasn’t been all fun and games in Florida schools. Violence and threats are on the rise, making school a scary place to be – for students and… Read More »

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High School Sports Injuries

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Millions of teens across the country play sports in high school. There are many fun options, such as football, cheerleading, soccer, baseball, volleyball, wrestling, swimming, and track and field. Sports are a great way for kids to get exercise and meet new people. Unfortunately, they also pose an opportunity for kids to get injured…. Read More »

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Types Of School Violence

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With kids returning to school, parents may be concerned about school violence—and for good reason. Cyberbullying is on the rise, with technology making it easier than ever to tease, harass, and threaten others. The coronavirus pandemic has also increased tension among various groups of people, with parents even going as far as assaulting teachers… Read More »

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What Parents Should Know About School Injuries

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Parents expect that their children will be safe at school. While they typically come home with no injuries, sometimes accidents happen. Kids may get injured while playing at recess or participating in after school sports activities. In some cases, the injuries are intentional, with bullying and even shootings on the rise. School injuries are… Read More »

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