The new Crayola Carry-With-Me Desk Shield features a clear window with a printed coloring pattern. With the ability to truly make it their own, kids will be proud to show off their Crayola Carry-With-Me Desk Shield to friends and teachers. The Crayola Carry-With-Me Desk Shield is an Official Licensed Product. Get your Crayola Carry-With-Me DeskContinue reading “New! Carry-With-Me Desk Shield”
As consumers go back to work and students to school, retailers are working to reopen stores and shops. It’s important for consumers, students, and especially retailers to realize the world they’re going back to this fall is fundamentally different than the world was last spring. COVID-19’s impact on the retail industry has been transformational andContinue reading “Welcome To The New Age”
Include cloth face coverings on school supply lists and provide cloth face coverings as needed to students, teachers, staff, or visitors who do not have them available. Ensure that all students and staff are aware that cloth face coverings should not be worn if they are wet. A wet cloth face covering may make itContinue reading “School Administrators: 5 Important Recommendations On Masks At School”
Administrators, teachers, parents and students all wonder what the new school year will bring. Which things will work and which won’t. Uncertainty and necessity have led to re-imagining home schooling and distance learning as well as the creation of new models including pandemic pods, virtual tutoring, and hybrid in-person/on-line models. As concerns about socialization ofContinue reading “Learning To Adapt”
Re-opening after a COVID-19 closure is not as simple as unlocking the door and turning on the lights. Business owners like you have to answer a wide range of questions from is it time to re-open to how comfortable will my customers be? Here are five top level requirements you need to consider as youContinue reading “5 Top Points To Consider When Reopening”
White House coronavirus response coordinator Deborah Birx and the top U.S. infectious disease doctor Anthony Fauci have both recommended using face shields or goggles as an added layer of protection in preventing the transmission of Covid-19. In a recent interview with Fox & Friends, Dr. Birx said “The thing about the face shields — weContinue reading “Face Shields Add Extra Layer Of Protection”
Hand hygiene has become a normal topic of conversation in the era of Covid-19, and for good reason. Touching your face and eyes with contaminated hands is one of the easiest ways to become a pandemic statistic. When should you wash your hands? Here’s what the CDC says: Before, during and after preparing food BeforeContinue reading “Wash Your Hands!”
Our world is filled with signs. Street signs, traffic control signs, informational signs, warning signs. Signs work because they provide information or instruction when no-one else is around. When well designed and properly placed they are extremely effective – and cost effective – ways to alert staff, customers, visitors and students to hazards, requirements, directionsContinue reading “Signs Of The Times”
It turns out that young children may pose a larger risk for transmitting COVID-19 than previously thought. New research released by Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago found that kids under 5 years with mild to moderate COVID-19 have a lot more of the virus’ genetic material in the nose, when comparedContinue reading “Study: Young children may be as likely as others to transmit COVID-19”
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