Students and parents prepare for a healthy and successful academic year at the annual Back to School Health Fair on Saturday, August 10, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Please check back for additional details regarding event location.
Students and parents prepare for a healthy and successful academic year at the annual Back to School Health Fair on Saturday, August 10, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m at Altamira Middle School.
The free event is presented by the Sonoma Valley Community Health Center in partnership with Sonoma Valley Hospital, La Luz Center, Dragones Latinxs, The Club Maxwell Village, 4C’s of Sonoma County, Valley of the Moon Lions Club and FISH of Sonoma Valley.
The day covers a range of health services and activities, including: fluoride treatments; TDAP vaccines; health education and healthy snacks; vision and posture screenings; Fun Zone, educational presentations; complimentary food and school supplies giveaways. The fair is bilingual and is open to all Sonoma Valley students.
Attendance and completion of the Back to School Health Fair passport are required in order to receive a free backpack filled with age appropriate school supplies. The TDAP vaccine will be available for entering seventh graders. No appointments are necessary. A parent must be present to sign the consent forms for all screenings and vaccines.
The school supply drive continues through August 2. Donations of the school supplies will be accepted at the Sonoma Valley Community Health Center, 19270 Sonoma Hwy or the Sonoma Staples store at 977 W Napa St.
For more information on the Health Fair or school supply donations, contact SVCHC Outreach & Event Coordinator, Maricarmen Reyes at 707-939-6070 x112 or firstname.lastname@example.org