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By Joe Block 

Wisconsin Heights hopes to beat student illnesses


January 10, 2019

Wisconsin Heights is featuring a new program, called Kinsa-FLUency, that will help keep students healthier.

According to nurse Katy Howe:

“The FLUency program provides free Kinsa smart thermometers to parents of elementary students (we are running the program at Black Earth and Mazomanie Elementary). The parents that signed up already got their free thermometers. The exciting part is the thermometer connects to an app that has the capability to have a profile for every member of your household. You can then take a temperature which gets recorded for that person, it then prompts you to put...

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