Going back to school is an exciting time for kids of all ages – a new grade, new teachers, new friends and possibly even exposure to new germs.
During summer vacation, many children grow accustomed to staying up later at night and sleeping in longer in the mornings. It can be difficult for them to adjust to a new school schedule, but medical experts agree that healthy sleep habits will help children perform better in the classroom.
Getting a child dressed and ready for school in the mornings can be a challenge. But add to the list packing a lunch and eating a balanced breakfast, and catching the bus may seem like an impossible feat.
School supplies collected by staff members of Chambersburg Hospital, Waynesboro Hospital, and Summit Physician Services are on their way to help local students start the school year.
Summit Urology Group, an affiliate of Summit Health, is now offering appointments in Waynesboro.