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Go back to school with the Local 6 Morning News team.
It's back-to-school time and we all know shopping for school supplies can get pricey! We've put together a few tips to help you get the most bang for your buck before the new school year.
Want to avoid gaining weight during your freshman year of college? Follow these tips.
To make sure your son or daughter isn't trading the lunch you packed him or her with friends, follow these tips on what to put in your child's school lunch.
During the school year, parents need to limit their child's play time on the computer and time spent in front of the television until homework is done.
While parental involvement is key to a child's success in school, at what point does a participating parent become a smother mother -- or father?
What's a parent to do when a child comes home with a blemished report card? An educational psychologist has some tips.
More evidence supports that kids’ headaches increase at Back-to-School time.
Clothing trends that all of the kids are going to want on the first day.
As you get your kids ready to go back to school, here are a couple things to keep in mind.
What’s considered a good score on the two college placement tests?
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Drinking water, learning to relax and even playing games can help kids be less nervous when taking a test.
Your child's school lunch could be high in calories and fat, but there are healthy alternatives that can help them maintain a healthier daily diet. Find out some alternatives here.
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Local 6's Julie Broughton gives some helpful hints for back-to-school lunches.
Local 6's Julie Broughton says routines are the key to smooth back-to-school mornings.
Local 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges says he remembers his mom waking him up every day for school.
Local 6's Julie Broughton talks about her favorite back-to-school memory.
Local 6 News anchor Bridgett Ellison shares some of her favorite memories.
Local 6 News anchor David Hall talks about his best back-to-school memory.
Students in Central Florida are heading back to school in just a few weeks and that means local districts are already working on plans to keep them safe.
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