"Free every Monday through Friday: knowledge. Bring your own containers.” – E.C. McKenzie
The Noble County Health Department will be offering off-site immunization clinics at the Ligonier Fire Department every 4th Thursday of the month from 9-3. This would be a great time to get your student caught up with his/her immunizations. The off-site clinics will be starting in March. If the Noble County Health Department has a good response, they may be able to offer these clinics more often.
The first clinic to be held at the Ligonier Fire Department will be on March 26. Parents still need to call the health department to make appointments. These are not walk-in clinics.
Parents/Guardians may contact Cheryl Munson, Noble County Public Health Nurse, 260.636.2978 ext 2, with questions.
The Ronald McDonald Care Mobile will be at West Noble on Tuesday, April 21. Location will be West Noble Primary from 11 am – 7 pm. See the attached flyers for the services available.
There are 2 services that are very valuable for WN students:
The Ronald McDonald Care Mobile delivers no-charge services to families without medical insurance. Families with medical insurance are welcome. Insurance companies will be billed.
Please call today to reserve an appointment! 1-877-PPG-TODAY (774-8632)
If you have questions please call Nurse Denise, 260.894.3191 ext. 4040, at West Noble Primary.
Ronald McDonald Care Mobile Information - English
Ronald McDonald Care Mobile Information - Spanish
Thank you to the Ligonier Rotary for their support of 6th Grade Outdoor School!
It is that time of year when colds, flu, and stomach viruses are very common, and this year is no different. Our school nurses are seeing an uptick in illnesses, but nothing alarming. Rest assured, we monitor attendance closely and are far below the health department notification rate of 20% absences due to illness. However; local healthcare providers are reporting a high level of Influenza B with symptoms of fever, headache, aching, and cough. This can be treated with Tamiflu if diagnosed early. It is also not too late to get a flu shot for yourself or your children which can prevent or dramatically reduce the symptoms of the flu. As always, wash your hands frequently and keep students home if they have a temperature over 100 degrees until they are fever-free for 24 hours without medication.
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