As summer nears an end, school is closer to being in session. Rather you’re a returning college student or starting your first day of elementary school, one thing’s for certain. There’s always a to-do list to knock out before ever planting your buttocks in a desk chair. In between scrambling from store to store and checking items off mental notes, you may need a handy reminder of local events that will make your back to school hustle affordably less stressful. Let this beat serve as that reminder! Here’s some great dates to get the most out of your buck while keeping chilled the entire time.
Basically, this weekend is the perfect time to stock up on nearly everything school related. From potential wish list items to computers, get everything you think you’ll need this school year and then some. As mentioned before, there are stipulations to this holiday. Find them listed below:
Although there are exceptions, you can still land a pretty nice deal on some much needed items. Get this. You don’t even have to be a student to take advantage of this holiday. Anyone can participate!
If you are a bride-to-be, this weekend is the perfect time to go gown shopping. The wedding gown has to be $100 or less in order to qualify for the text exempt policy. Finding a wedding gown under $100 shouldn’t be that hard considering the sale David’s Bridal is having right now!
For additional tax free items, visit Tennessee Department of Revenue’s website.
BACK TO SCHOOL IMMUNIZATIONS
Parents, don’t forget this major step! Immunizations are extremely important to maintaining a healthy lifestyle and academic performance. Certain immunizations are required before entering specific grades so check with your child’s primary care physician and school to ensure your child is up-to-date in this area. If you are uncertain of which vaccinations are required, there’s a quick breakdown on the Tennessee Department of Health’s website. Without these vaccinations, a student is prone to chronic diseases and illnesses. Some diseases and illnesses include but are not limited to:
To read up about these and other possible diseases and illnesses, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s website. If your child doesn’t have their shots for school, grab a pen and paper because this next event will perform wonders!
The Metro Public Health Department will host a back to school immunization clinic at the Woodbine Health Center on Saturday, July 30th from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. That means you have three hours to drop in and get vaccinated. No insurance? No worries. Anyone without insurance or a primary care physician may receive an immunization. Those who do have a primary care physician or private insurance may receive immunizations but at an administration fee. For more information about the Metro Public Health Department’s Back to School Immunization Clinic, visit the Metro Public Health Department’s website.
I hope this beat makes your back to school rituals less stressful!
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