White Plains School Superintendent Dr. Joseph Ricca advises parents to look for any way to minimize stress on their kids, adding nowadays schools are even more equipped to offer support or connect families with resources if they need help.

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Web Extra: Expert On COVID's Psychological Impact On ChildrenWhite Plains School Superintendent Dr. Joseph Ricca advises parents to look for any way to minimize stress on their kids, adding nowadays schools are even more equipped to offer support or connect families with resources if they need help.
Experts Say As Remote Learning Continues, Teens Feel Like Forgotten ChildrenAs schools continue to navigate hybrid, remote, and in-person learning, much of the focus has been on the younger students.Now, some high school students say they feel like the forgotten children. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
As Students Return To School, Parents Wonder How To Keep Them Safe From COVID-19As some students are returning to school in person, there are still a lot of questions about how to keep them safe from COVID-19. Is there anything you should do when they get home? CBS2's Cindy Hsu looks for answers.
Thousands Of NYC Public School Students Return To ClassroomsThousands of public school students returned to the classroom Tuesday as New York City marked its highest daily infection rate since June at just over 3%; CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Teachers, Parents Grappling With How To Keep Kids Focused While Learning VirtuallyAs thousands of students head back to school virtually, teachers and parents are grappling with how to keep kids focused and engaged. For many, it means classroom rules are now being enforced at home; CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
Coronavirus Forcing Students To Miss Once-In-A-Lifetime Graduation Rites Of PassageJohn Elliott talks to a mom and her daughters who are missing out on their graduations and turning to social media to jump ahead of their college experiences.
Coronavirus Update: Distance Learning Virtual Classrooms Restart First Day Of SchoolTeachers around the New York school system began teaching classes through remote learning on Monday. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
How To Avoid Being A Parent Behaving Badly At Sports EventsCBS2's Meg Baker has the latest on a new video providing tips for parents so they can control themselves at school sporting events.
New York Lawmakers Consider Letting Kids Take Mental Health Days From SchoolShould students be allowed to take mental health days from school? CBSN New York's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Make These Kid-Friendly, Back To School Lunch IdeasNutritional therapist Amy Ruth Finegold shares some kid-friendly lunch ideas for the new school year.
'Snowplow Parents' Doing More Harm Than GoodCBS2's Jessica Layton has the latest on the harmful effect of parents who clear obstacles for their children in school.
Experts Warn About 'Snowplow Parents' Overly Protecting Kids From Life's ChallengesWith the start of the school year comes the need for parents to start thinking about how much they need to monitor and control their children's lives, to an extreme experts are calling "snowplow parenting." CBSN New York's John Dias reports.
Back-To-School For NYC Public SchoolsThere are a lot of new initiatives in place for 2019, but also renewed criticism for some long-standing programs. CBS2's Andrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Boy Recovering From Brain Aneurysm Attends First Day Of SchoolCBS2's Dick Brennan has the latest on a young Orange County boy attending his first day of school after recovering from a brain aneurysm.
Keeping An Eye On Unruly Parents As Kids Start School SportsCBS2's Cindy Hsu reports on how parents also need to watch their behavior as their children head back to school sporting programs.
Nassau County Pushes For Library Card Sign-UpsCBS2's Steve Overmyer has the latest on the push in Nassau County to have children sign up for a library card.
Parents Magazine Editor In Chief Shares Drama-Free Back To School Transition TipsParents Magazine Editor in Chief Liz Vaccariello shares tips with CBSN New York's Dana Tyler on having a drama-free back to school transition for children fast turning into little adults.
Parents Magazine Editor Shares Drama-Free Back To School Transition TipsParents Magazine editor Liz Vaccarello shares tips with CBSN New York's Dana Tyler on having a drama-free back to school transition for children fast turning into little adults.
Yonkers Clinics To Vaccinate Students For FreeWestchester County is offering free vaccines after New York state eliminated religious exemptions from vaccinations statewide earlier this year. Measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) are available to anyone age 12 months and older. CBS2's Chirs Wragge reports.
Back To School: Tips To Set Kids Up For SuccessIt can be a tough transition to go from summer break back to class, but as CBS2's Cindy Hsu reports, there are things parents and guardians can do now that will help students stay sharp all year.
Newark Police Help Give Back To School HaircutsCBS2's Dick Brennan has the latest on the Newark Police Department giving out free haircuts to students heading back to school.
Preparing For Back To School Emergency DrillsCBS2's Cindy Hsu has the latest on the anxiety for children when school emergency drills start again.
Back To School Advice From CBS2: Dick, Alex & JohnNeed to get your kids psyched up for the new school year? Hear some tips from parents Dick Brennan, Alex Denis and John Elliott, and get more from CBSNewYork.com. Check out our Facebook page to share your suggestions...
Back To School Advice From CBS2: Chris & MaryWhat's the best thing about the first day of school? Hear some tips from Chris Wragge and Mary Calvi, and watch more on CBSNewYork.com. Don't forget to check out our Facebook page to share your suggestions.

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