For them, it’s literally the most wonderful time of the year. Gone are the rushed mornings, the panic over assignments, class projects and tests. At least for a few months. It’s a time to stop, take a breath, and relax, for the kids and the entire family.
That said, while out goes the angst over academics, in comes (I hope) concern over our kids’ safety. ... In fact, AAA calls the period between Memorial Day and Labor Day "The 100 Deadliest Days" for teen drivers. Why? Because of the overwhelming number of teen-related fatal car accidents. It’s actually incredible to think about. Parents, please, as kids get excited for the end-of-year festivities, please remind them to: