The Buffalo City School District is proud of the opportunities and

    advantages we offer to

    our employees and we are committed to providing high-quality

    benefits and programs 

    designed to meet the needs of our dedicated and diverse community.








    With longer daylight and birds returning from winter retreats, we welcome spring and say goodbye to winter. Get healthy and get outside!
    As we spend more time in the sun, here are some safety tips to follow:
    Dealing with stings and insect bites - If you are stung, make sure to leave the area immediately to prevent further attack. Remove the stinger with a quick scrape of a fingernail or credit card edge. Wash the sting site with soap and water, then apply cold compresses. Seek immediate medical help if your child has tightness in the chest, difficulty breathing, swelling of the tongue, hoarse voice, dizziness, nausea or a loss of consciousness. 
    Make bicycle safety routine - Parents should model good behavior and wear a helmet when they ride. Do not use helmets that have been in an accident, even if they appear to be undamaged. Avoid nighttime biking. Riding in the flow of traffic is not only recommended — it's the law. Also, stop at all stop signs and check for traffic before turning. 
    Wear Sunscreen! - Sunscreen should have a sun protection factor, or SPF, of 30 or higher. Apply sunscreen on all exposed body areas,  use sunscreen on cloudy days, in the shade and especially when in or near water. 
    Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate - Drink plenty of water while being outside to avoid heat exhaustion. 









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