Checking eyes and ears at Indian Lake schools


Volunteers Hillary Knief and Trish Kratz conduct a vision assessment on a kindergarten student at Indian Lake Schools, where some students are getting their eyes and ears checked. District Nurse Doris Miller says the exams are part of state required health screenings. All kindergarten, first and third graders at the elementary, fifth and seventh graders at the middle school and freshmen at the high school are undergoing tests to detect problems. All students new to the district will be examined as well. The tests can help determine if students have deficient hearing, color blindness, stereopsis causing the eyes to work separately and other issues that could affect learning. Parents will be notified if follow-up care is recommended. Many volunteers help conduct the tests over several days.

Volunteers Hillary Knief and Trish Kratz conduct a vision assessment on a kindergarten student at Indian Lake Schools, where some students are getting their eyes and ears checked. District Nurse Doris Miller says the exams are part of state required health screenings. All kindergarten, first and third graders at the elementary, fifth and seventh graders at the middle school and freshmen at the high school are undergoing tests to detect problems. All students new to the district will be examined as well. The tests can help determine if students have deficient hearing, color blindness, stereopsis causing the eyes to work separately and other issues that could affect learning. Parents will be notified if follow-up care is recommended. Many volunteers help conduct the tests over several days.


Volunteers Hillary Knief and Trish Kratz conduct a vision assessment on a kindergarten student at Indian Lake Schools, where some students are getting their eyes and ears checked. District Nurse Doris Miller says the exams are part of state required health screenings. All kindergarten, first and third graders at the elementary, fifth and seventh graders at the middle school and freshmen at the high school are undergoing tests to detect problems. All students new to the district will be examined as well. The tests can help determine if students have deficient hearing, color blindness, stereopsis causing the eyes to work separately and other issues that could affect learning. Parents will be notified if follow-up care is recommended. Many volunteers help conduct the tests over several days.

Volunteers Hillary Knief and Trish Kratz conduct a vision assessment on a kindergarten student at Indian Lake Schools, where some students are getting their eyes and ears checked. District Nurse Doris Miller says the exams are part of state required health screenings. All kindergarten, first and third graders at the elementary, fifth and seventh graders at the middle school and freshmen at the high school are undergoing tests to detect problems. All students new to the district will be examined as well. The tests can help determine if students have deficient hearing, color blindness, stereopsis causing the eyes to work separately and other issues that could affect learning. Parents will be notified if follow-up care is recommended. Many volunteers help conduct the tests over several days.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2015/09/web1_Health-Screenings.jpgVolunteers Hillary Knief and Trish Kratz conduct a vision assessment on a kindergarten student at Indian Lake Schools, where some students are getting their eyes and ears checked. District Nurse Doris Miller says the exams are part of state required health screenings. All kindergarten, first and third graders at the elementary, fifth and seventh graders at the middle school and freshmen at the high school are undergoing tests to detect problems. All students new to the district will be examined as well. The tests can help determine if students have deficient hearing, color blindness, stereopsis causing the eyes to work separately and other issues that could affect learning. Parents will be notified if follow-up care is recommended. Many volunteers help conduct the tests over several days.