Healthy Smiles of Indiana will be visiting Pleasant Run on Nov. 18 & 19th. They are a local non-profit organization dedicated to helping the children in our community. They provide the following services on site exams: cleanings, xrays, fluoride, and sealants. If you would like your child to participate in this program and he/she has not had a routine cleaning in the last 6 months, please fill out the registration form that will be sent home and return it to school as soon as possible. Additional forms are available in the school office. If you have any questions, call Healthy Smiles at 894-8370.
Community Hospital and the Marion County Board of Health are excited to have the opportunity to bring FREE FluMist vaccine to the students of Warren Township. Seasonal FluMist is a gentle mist that is sprayed into the nose to help children reduce their risk for contracting the flu. FluMist will be given to all students who are medically eligible and return a permission form to school by November 3rd.
At this time, exact dates are not available but we can expect the FluMist to be administered during the first part of November. Information will be coming home with your student. It is important that the required forms are returned to school by November 3rd.
You can also access the forms and information by clicking here.
Pleasant Run is proud to announce that we collected 281 jars of peanut butter in the Gleaner's "Spread the Love" peanut butter collection. We had 2 winning classrooms: Miss Hutt's kindergarten class and Mrs. Hopper's 1st grade collected 45 jars of peanut butter each. Way to go!!!!!
For the health of your child, Marion County Health Department, MSD Warren Township, and Community Health Network will be offering Warren students FREE FluMist vaccines the last week of October through the first two weeks of November. There will be NO CHARGE for the FluMist regardless of insurance coverage or self-pay.
FluMist will be for the students of Warren Township only (no other family members). *Children with chronic health issues such as asthma and diabetes must obtain their flu vaccine from their healthcare provider. **children under the age of 9 years may require a second dose of the vaccine at a later date, and families will be notified if this is the case for their child.
More information and consent forms will be sent home with your student when we return from Fall Intersession!
Thank you to the Health Department and Community Health Network for making this a possibility.
Our Awards Breakfast to celebrate the award winners for the 1st grading period will be October 23 from 7:30 til 8:15 am. Teachers will be sending home invitations with students before intersession. Please respond by October 21st. We are looking forward to seeing you and your student for donuts, juice, milk and coffee on the 23rd.