NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Happy Halloween from the EA faculty and staff!

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services offers parents these tips to help keep Halloween safe and fun:

  • Beware of sugar overload. Don’t trick-or-treat on an empty stomach. Make sure your children have a light meal or healthy snack before heading out. 
  • Keep an eye out for candy tampering. Always check kids’ candy before letting them eat it. Discard anything that looks discolored or odd, has pinholes or torn wrappers. 
  • Avoid allergy triggers. Teach kids with allergies to search for allergens on the ingredients list of any treats they receive. They should never eat home-baked goods. 
  • Remove choking hazards. Very young children should not be allowed to have treats that could cause choking, such as gum, peanuts, hard candies or small toys. 

From your family at EA,

Have a happy and safe Halloween!

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