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120 Werthan Circle
Franklin, TN 37064

615.791.9003

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The Sizemores

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News, alerts, notices and the events calendar are posted in the Lunchbox Gazette.

School closures due to weather can be found on Channels 2, 4 and 5, and on Twitter.

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While trick-or-treating:

  • Make your child easy to see by adding reflective tape or stickers to their costume. See if neighbors will be home while it's still light out, and visit houses then if they're ready for trick-or-treaters.
  • Give your child a flashlight with fresh batteries.
     
  • Tell your child to go only to homes with outside lights on.

Before Eating Treats:

  • Have your child wait until you've inspected his/her treats before they eat them.
     
  • Discard anything slightly or not completely wrapped.
     
  • If your child is allergic to nuts, check all treats carefully before he/she digs in.
     
  • Kids under four shouldn't have popcorn or hard candy -- both are choking hazards.

Read the whole article here.

Face Facts:

  • Masks can obstruct your child's view, instead apply nontoxic face paints.
     
  • Make sure oversized hats, helmets, or headpieces won't interfere with their vision.

Costume Cautions:

  • Choose bright colors that make your child more visible in the dark.
     
  • Avoid oversized clothing. It makes it hard to walk and can come in contact with open flames from a jack-o-lantern.
     
  • Your child should wear shoes that fit to avoid tripping.
     
  • If you allow your child to carry a prop sword or knife, it should be made of soft plastic or rubber so it can bend if your child falls while carrying it.
     
  • Any store bought costumes and accessories (masks, beards, wigs) must be labeled "flame resistant."
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Addy

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Gavin J.

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Logan R.

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Ziv

Rachel B.

Helen

Morgan

Tommy

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Gavin D.

Finleigh

Hayes

Liam L.

Lainey

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Ginny Moon is exceptional. Everyone knows it - her friends at school, teammates on the basketball team, and especially her new adoptive parents. They all love her, even if they don't quite understand her. They want her to feel like she belongs.

What they don't know is that Ginny has no intention of belonging. She's found her birth-mother on Facebook, and is determined to get back to herÑeven if it means going back to a place that was extremely dangerous. Because Ginny left something behind and she's desperate to get it back, to make things right.

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Kids Say The Funniest Things

While the children were cleaning up, Xavier came up to Mrs. Lauren and said, “You’re doing a great job.”

Quotation of the Month

"Dreams and dedication are a powerful combination."

– William Longgood

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Joachim

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Family of the Month

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Beechams

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Halloween Saftey Tips Every Parent Should Know
by Caylin Harris

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Shop Secondhand First

Many communities have local parenting groups, which are a gold mine for hand-me-downs and other goodies. They're often great places to pick up barely worn snow boots, baby toys, and even larger furniture, like high chairs, when kids outgrow things.

from www.chase.com

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Henry B.

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Ginny Moon by
Benjamin Ludwig

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Hunter

Knox

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