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For more information see Don’t Get the Flu Flyer
Flu Vaccine Campaign
Don’t Get the Flu. Drive on Thru!
Roll down your window, roll up your sleeve, ~then roll on down the road~
Participants 9 years and older.
Free flu shots & windshield / headlight washing.
5:30 – 8 P.M.
No appointment necessary
Tuesday, September 17
Wednesday, September 18
Tuesday, September 24
Thursday, October 3
Wednesday, October 9
Alaska Regional Hospital
C Building parking lot
2801 DeBarr Road
Anchorage, AK 99508
(in vehicles please – no walk-ups)
BENEFITS OF FLU VACCINATION
• Annual vaccination is still the best way to protect yourself, your family, and people vulnerable to serious flu illness (older adults, children under 5 years, pregnant women, and people with chronic health conditions).
• The flu vaccine may make your illness milder if you do get sick.
• F l u vaccination can reduce the risk of more serious flu outcomes, like hospitalizations. The CDC recommends everyone get a flu shot each year.
Quadrivalent (designed to protect against two influenza A and two influenza B viruses).
No latex or thimerosal.
The “high dose” flu vaccine (for people 65 and older) will be available at this event.
It takes approximately 2 weeks to build up immunity after getting a flu shot.
You cannot get the flu from the vaccine.
Questions? Call Ruth: 264-1823
• There are many flu viruses, flu vaccine protects against what researchers suggest are most common.
Steller will be exercising an ALICE (Alert-Lockdown-Inform-Counter-Evacuate) mandatory drill at 9:45 am, Wednesday Sept. 4. Students will be with their 2ndperiod teacher. They will lockdown, discuss options and possible evacuation sites, and evacuate from the building but stay on campus. Students will then return to 2ndperiod to debrief with their class. Students will be told from the beginning that this is only an exercise, and that the practice is to be executed in a calm, safe manner. If you have questions please call me at 742-4950 or email me at: Whitmore_reed@asdk12.org
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Please be on time. You may enter the building 10 minute prior and wait in the student lounge. You are expected to leave after you have completed your registration. The first half hour you will be with your advisor and the second half, physically registering.
- 8th grade (8:00-9:00)
- 7th grade (9:00-10:15)
- 12th grade (10:15-11:15)
- 11th grade (11:15-12:15)
- 10th grade (1:00-2:00)
- 9th grade (2:00-3:00)
Click here for the Fall Course Schedule 2019
It is time to register for the Paris and Barcelona Intensive. If students register before May 31st, they can save money for early registration. Scholarships are available and scholarships applications need to be picked up from Leigh Anne or the office, filled out, and returned to the office by Wednesday the 22nd. Students can still register in the fall, but secure your spot now.
Registration information can be found at https://www.explorica.com/My-Account/My-Tours/TourCenter.aspx. The ID to sign up is Fast-4605. If you have any questions, please email Troy or Leigh Anne at email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
There will be an informational meeting for parents and students that are interested in joining the Barcelona and Paris May Intensive tonight, Tuesday, May 7th at 6:00PM in Leigh Anne’s room.
Come find out about trip specifics, registration, and get your questions answered. The registration window is open and more information can be found at https://www.explorica.com/My-Account/My-Tours/TourCenter.aspx.
If you are interested in the trip, but can not attend, please feel free to register, send us questions, or stop by.
Come travel with us, Troy Fast and Leigh Anne BonneyFast_Troy@asdk12.org and email@example.com
Brian’s intensive is looking for one additional driver/chaperone to accompany the group on our trip to Cordova, May 13-17. We will be taking a ferry from Whittier on Monday, May 13 and returning by ferry Friday, May 17. We will be spending 2 nights in a rustic cabin and 2 nights camping as we explore the Copper River area by bike. This chaperone would have the choice of biking or driving when we are exploring Cordova and (with your help) we will have room to bring a large heated tent and a cot so you can sleep comfortably! Thank you! Contact Brian at firstname.lastname@example.org
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