1. No Boys JV Soccer Practice today 2. Student Council is selling Hermon High School stickers. Get yours while the supply lasts. They’re only $1. Contact Mrs. Clain, Kyle Martin, Ainsley Carr,...
Dear Students and Parents, The faculty members at Hermon High School are looking forward to meeting with you and your student, at our annual Parent-Student-Teacher Conferences. Conferences may...
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Hermon High Key Club helps with fall clean up! - Thank you Jodi Hersey! https://www.foxbangor.com/news/item/hermon-high-key-club-helps-with-fall-clean-up/?fbclid=IwAR1sdOqRi_nV2bRZh0mn0WpmI9B_kV7srIv3vNlz55IEGWtWogo3H458Nj8
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Hermon High School will hold an influenza Clinic for our high school students to receive their flu vaccine. Nov. 5th from 1p-4:30p. The 1p-2p time frame is really when we would like to see the students attend. 2p-4:30p will be open to all staff and families of staff.
Participants will need to bring a Health screening form completed and signed by a parent. If the form is not signed students will not receive the vaccine.
The Public Health Department is able to bill Anthem, Aetna, Cigna, Harvard Pilgrim and MCHO at no out-of-pocket cost. The Public Health Department is not able to bill any other insurances, to include Medicare and Mainecare, as all other insurances will not participate with a third party biller in Maine. Everyone receiving a vaccine will need their insurance card or complete the information on their form ahead of time.
Should a child (up through age 18) not have insurance or an insurance that isn’t billable, please still complete the insurance portion of the form – the vaccine will not be withheld and is provided from the state at no cost. For those with billable insurance, the office is able to receive a small administration fee for the vaccine. for more questions contact Tiffany Howard our school nurse.