District Health Office
HEALTHY KIDS LEARN BETTER!
School nursing, a specialized practice of nursing, protects and promotes student health, facilitates optimal development, and advances academic success. School nurses, grounded in ethical and evidence-based practice, are the leaders who bridge health care and education, provide care coordination, advocate for quality student-centered care, and collaborate to design systems that allow individuals and communities to develop their full potential. National Association of School Nurses 2017
FOR DETAILED INFORMATION REGARDING THE RELIGIOUS EXEMPTION REPEAL, PLEASE REFER TO OUR IMMUNIZATION PAGE.
For questions or concerns regarding your child's immunizations, health appraisals, health concerns and medications in school, please contact your child's building nurse directly. Go to your child's school on the district website and pick the Nurse's Office icon.
|Schroeder||670-5026||Jillian Sweeney, RN|
|Spry||216-0042||Tammy Serio-MIller, RN|
|Willink||670-1035||Susan Immesoete, RN|
|DeWitt||670-1003||Susan Galligan, RN|
|Klem North||217-4107||Kathleen Pieters, RN|
|Klem South||217-4136||Tracy Cole, RN|
|Plank North||670-4011||Jessica Haefner, RN|
|Plank South||670-4054||Michelle Smoyer-Mallo, RN|
|Schlegel||216-6023||Kristen Estelle, RN; Rachael Rock, RN|
|State Rd||217-5307||Christine Derks, RN|
|St Rita||671-3132||Sharon Walker, LPN|
|Rochester Christian||671-4910||Judith Baronsky, LPN|