Medical professionals advised against waiting until the last minute to get kids back into their usual sleep routine.
Lifestyle and entertaining expert Mindy Kobrin has some pantry staples to stock up on to creative playful, delicious lunches for children.
An 11-year-old boy faces disciplinary action for allegedly bringing a gun to school, according to a letter sent home to parents of students at P373 on Staten Island.
A Brooklyn gang member was sentenced to a maximum term of life in prison Tuesday, for shooting a mother of 13 to death outside a school.
“We’re in favor of a school, it’s just a matter of finding the right location. There are serious problems, houses all around, a narrow street,” Community Board 11 spokesman Jerry Iannece told CBS 2’s John Slattery.
The New York State Department of Health has released disturbing new information about a former Bronx elementary school, which was closed two years ago because of contamination.
TV 10-55’s Alex Denis visited PS 15, where the kids are in a dual language-music program. We talked to Alan Nunez, music-teaching artist and executive director David Marquis.
Suffolk County police on Saturday launched a training exercise simulating a gunman opening fire in a school.
Deborah Farley, 53, was arrested Friday on criminal possession of a weapon, endangering the welfare of a child and other charges.
The Mamaroneck School District alerted parents that the “suspicious male attempted to enter the locked side door of the Hommocks Pool entrance.”
While authorities have still not officially identified the gunman who opened fire at Sandy Hook Elementary School, law enforcement sources have named him as 20-year-old Adam Lanza.
The three-year pilot program is intended to boost student achievement and make U.S. schools more competitive on a global level.
It was back to school Monday for hundreds of New Jersey children who had been out of class since Superstorm Sandy hit. But because of flood damage, children in Little Ferry were sent to a school nearly half an hour away in Lyndhurst.
The report cards are out for New York City schools and more than 200 of them are flunking. Upset parents are demanding better grades and say it’s time for some city schools to get grounded.
For most kids learning science is done with textbooks and an experiment or two, but a new program at the Liberty Science Center is taking a new approach.