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									                               H1N1 Vaccination Clinic Update
                                                                                October 28, 2009

Dear Sharon Elementary Parents:

I got word today that the Warrick County Health Department is receiving a supply of the nasal
mist H1N1 vaccination for administration here at school ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2009
at approximately 1:00. The Health Department will be able to administer this vaccination to
students during the school day. It is not necessary for a parent or guardian to be present for the
nasal mist vaccination. The “shot” version of the vaccine may need to be administered with a
parent present, which will likely occur outside of school hours, whenever the shots arrive.

If your child’s health history (asthma, specifically) dictates that they receive the shot version
of the vaccine instead of the nasal mist, they will receive their vaccination later this fall when
the supply of H1N1 shots becomes available. I will keep you updated on this supply as I hear
from WCHD.

If you are interested in your child receiving the H1N1 vaccination here at school AT NO
COST, be sure to complete and return the Vaccination Consent Form by FRIDAY MORNING.

Sincerely,

Mrs. Ashlee Bruggenschmidt
Principal


                               H1N1 Vaccination Clinic Update
                                                                                October 28, 2009

Dear Sharon Elementary Parents:

I got word today that the Warrick County Health Department is receiving a supply of the nasal
mist H1N1 vaccination for administration here at school ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2009
at approximately 1:00. The Health Department will be able to administer this vaccination to
students during the school day. It is not necessary for a parent or guardian to be present for the
nasal mist vaccination. The “shot” version of the vaccine may need to be administered with a
parent present, which will likely occur outside of school hours, whenever the shots arrive.

If your child’s health history (asthma, specifically) dictates that they receive the shot version
of the vaccine instead of the nasal mist, they will receive their vaccination later this fall when
the supply of H1N1 shots becomes available. I will keep you updated on this supply as I hear
from WCHD.

If you are interested in your child receiving the H1N1 vaccination here at school AT NO
COST, be sure to complete and return the Vaccination Consent Form by FRIDAY MORNING.

Sincerely,

Mrs. Ashlee Bruggenschmidt
Principal

								
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