Parents can bring their kids for a check-up, dental screening, immunization, free vision, and hearing screening and $10 sports physicals.
Students can also pick up a free backpack and school supplies.
Parents should bring an insurance card and immunization records if they have them.
If a family doesn’t have insurance or immunization records, the staff is on-site to help.
There is another event happening at Hillside Elementary in Eagle Point from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday.
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