The Sight Savers America KidCheck program is set for early February. First graders at Forest Hills, Harlan and Weeden Elementary Schools will go through a series of health screenings that include height and weight; vital signs; eyes, ears, nose and throat; vision; and dental.

To assist in making this vitally important event happen, the following individuals and agencies have made significant contributions toward it:

1. Burrell-Slater Alumni Association

2. Dentistry of the Shoals (Dr. Tia Kennedy)

3. ECM Hospital

4. Florence Firefighters Association

5. Retired Seniors and Volunteers Program (RSVP)

6. Sara Lee Foods

7. Shoals Hospital

8. Southwire Manufacturing Company

9. Enid Whirley Women on Missions group from Woodmont Baptist Church.

It is through the increasing number and quality of community partnerships that Florence City Schools is able to increase its ability to offer 5-Star Service to all students.


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