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    NOTICE OF ELECTION OF SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION

    SCHOOL DISTRICT OF BLACK HAWK

    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO qualified electors of the School District of Black Hawk of the Villages of Gratiot and South Wayne, Towns of Gratiot, Monticello, Wayne, Wiota and Darlington, Lafayette County and the Towns of Cadiz and Jordan, Green County, Wisconsin, that on April 4, 2023 between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m., the following polling place locations will be used for the wards indicated.  All polling places are accessible to elderly and disabled voters.

    1. Gratiot Community Center (Old Middle School Building) for the Village of Gratiot.
    2. Gratiot Community Center (Old Middle School Building) in the Village of Gratiot for the Township of Gratiot.
    3. South Wayne Fire House in the Village of South Wayne for the Village of South Wayne.
    4. South Wayne Fire House in the Village of South Wayne for the Township of Wayne.
    5. Old Rock Church, 16787 County Trunk W, Shullsburg for the Township of Monticello.
    6. Town Hall of Wiota for the Township of Wiota.
    7. Town Hall of Darlington for the Township of Darlington.
    8. Cadiz Town Hall, W8445 County Rd B, Browntown for the Town of Cadiz.
    9. Town Hall of Jordan for the Township of Jordan.

    Jason Figi, Clerk
    School District of Black Hawk
    Gratiot – South Wayne, Wisconsin


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Healthy Warriors

Lafayette County Health Department

729 Clay Street - Darlington, Wisconsin 53530
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Public Health-Home Care-Personal Care-Environmental Health

 

Dear Parents/Guardians of Current 5th, 7th and/or 12th Graders:

Wisconsin Student Immunization law requires Tdap vaccine for students entering 6th grade.  Parents are required to have their children vaccinated or claim a waiver.  

Tdap is the adolescent combination vaccine that protects against tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis (whooping cough).  Only one dose is required.

Two doses of Meningococcal Vaccine are recommended for adolescents 11-18 years of age: the first dose at ages 11 or 12, with a booster at age 16.  If the first dose is given after the 16th birthday, a booster is not needed.

The Meningococcal Vaccine protects against a serious bacterial illness. Meningitis is an infection of the covering of the brain and the spinal cord.  Depending on age, 1-2 doses are recommended.

If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact me.

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