Smart technology to help local elementary school families stay healthy

Maxwell Hill and Cranberry-Prosperity elementary schools will soon be utilizing technology to help stop the spread of flu and other illnesses.

As two of 200 schools accepted into the "FLUency" health program, all families at both Maxwell Hill and Cranberry-Prosperity will receive free Kinsa Smart Thermometers.

The thermometers will connect via Bluetooth to an app, available on both Android and iPhone, for parents to monitor their children's health.

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