It’s that time of year – not holiday time, but sickness time. The time when it seems like everyone around you is sick or is in the process of getting sick. If your profession requires you to be around people and kids all day (hello teachers!), your odds of being exposed germs increases. Here are some ways you can protect yourself and the students in your classroom.
Good luck! Here’s to staying healthy this winter!
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