COLUMBUS, Ohio — The summer days are starting to come to an end and soon, classes will be back in session.
10TV wants to help you prepare for the upcoming 2023-24 academic year by giving you all the essential back-to-school information in one place.
The Wake Up CBUS team is getting you and your child ready for the new school year.
Kevin Landers analyzed the debate of whether teachers should be armed in schools. He breaks down why some schools call arming teachers "necessary," while others say it's not what teachers should be focusing on.
Clay Gordon will talk consumer info, giving you all you need to know about buying school supplies.
The Wake Up CBUS team will be touching on social media's influence on kids and bullying.
Tracy Townsend sat down and spoke with the new CCS superintendent Dr. Angela Chapman about her plans heading into the new school year.
Clay spoke with experts about AirTags on kids and whether if its is smart to place them on children in order to track their journey to and from school.
An active shooter event is a real threat Ohio schools could face any day. That's why schools in Ohio are required to have at least one active shooter training a year. Here's what to know and how to prepare for active shooter situations.
Medical experts say sleep has a connection to the immune system, which depends on a good night's sleep to work properly. They shared with Tracy some strategies you can use to help ensure the transition becomes a smooth one.
As more students across central Ohio head back to school, cars will be moving a little slower through school zones. But police say drivers are on track to receive more tickets in 2023 for speeding in school zones.
Additionally, a record amount of money is going toward building safer routes to school. It's part of a state program that's benefitting dozens of communities.
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