The Five Hills Health Region says they are dealing with an outbreak of whooping cough.
The region, which serves the Moose Jaw area, says there are four confirmed cases amongst school-aged kids and that those four are being treated.
The region says they have alerted school officials and families who may have been in contact with the students asking them to check for symptoms.
Whooping cough starts like a common cold with symptoms like a runny nose, sneezing and a mild fever with those symptoms progressing to severe coughing spells.
The region says immunizations are available and if you have any questions to call your local public health officer.