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Fairmont Raised a Record-Breaking $100,001.10 in Spirit Chain 2018! VOTE on November 6! The Fairmont Firebirds Before the 'Battle of Kettering' "Don't Count the Days. Make the Days Count" Is Digital Design Instructor, Jared Parker's, Mantra Summer Band Practice Amidst the New Auditorium Construction Project The Massive Trusses on the New Auditorium Measure Between 80 and 90 Feet Long 263 Fairmont Students Make up the 2018 Marching Firebirds Fairmont Career Tech Center -- Try what you want to do and be for free! Students at Southdale Elementary enjoy the warm weather! We are the FIREBIRDS! CJ Roden, Oakview Elementary School's Music Teacher A Kettering Teacher Works One-on-One with her Student Turf Field at Roush Stadium, Home of the Firebirds Kettering Bus Drivers Log more than 600,000 Route Miles a Year Kettering has Once Again Been Named a 'Best Communities for Music Education' Fairmont Park, home of Firebird Soccer, Field Hockey and Lacrosse

Mobile Dentists Schedule for 2017

Mobile Dentists

Tooth decay is the most common chronic health need among students. It can affect their sleep, nutrition, growth and concentration, and this has an impact on a student’s ability to learn in the classroom.

The Mobile Dentists team will be in our district on the dates noted below to provide dental examinations, cleanings, fluoride treatments, x-rays and sealants for students who return completed permission forms.

Mobile Dentists will accept Medicaid, Healthy Start/Healthy Families and most private insurances. It also offers service to families who need financial assistance. Mobile Dentists will not deny a student dental service because of financial need.

You can print out the Mobile Dentists Permission form below. You can also obtain the form from your child's School Nurse.

Permission forms should be turned in to the School Nurse at least one week prior to the date that the Mobile Dentists will be visiting your child's school. 

If you have any questions about the Mobile Dentists, please contact your child's School Nurse. For additional information about the Mobile Dentists Program, log onto www.mobiledentisits.com.

Mobile Dentists Visit Dates

Fairmont High School -- February 2 -- Betina Irwin, School Nurse
Kettering Middle School -- February 2 -- Joan Hlinomaz, School Nurse
John F. Kennedy Elementary -- February 28 -- Kay Stukenborg, School Nurse
J.E. Prass Elementary -- March 27 -- Gina Howenstein, School Nurse
Oakview Elementary -- April 3 -- Mary Beth Hughes, School Nurse
Indian Riffle Elementary -- April 20 -- Michele Trainer, School Nurse
Greenmont Elementary -- May 8 and May 12 -- Julie Kruzel, School Nurse

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