School Nursing is, Making a Difference for Student Health:

School Nurses promote wellness, disease prevention, and effective disease management to improve health outcomes for students.

School Nurses identify undiagnosed health concerns and save lives of students and staff.

School Nurses screen and refer children to provide early access to health interventions at a critical time in their development

School Nurses severe as a front line safety net for the most venerable students many of whom may not have access to health care. 

School Nurses provide care to students with complex health issues and remove health barriers so students can reach learning goals. 

        School Nurses..Good for their school, Good for their Community. 

Adapted from 2021 NASN toolkit

Forms and Resources

Thank you for visiting my connect site!  Please click HERE to find documents that are needed for medication administration, blank care plans, confidential emergency medical forms and links to community resources.

                    Are your kids ready for school? 

Department of Health Immunization Requirements 

  • Tdap -  To receive this vaccine the student must be 11 years of age. All students not 11 years of age by the beginning of school will need to have the vaccination within 30 days of their birthday. After receiving the updated vaccination from your health care provider, notify the school nurse of the dates by emailing
  • Varicella - All 6-12th graders must have 2 doses of varicella vaccine or healthcare provider verified disease.  Parent reported history of disease is no longer accepted. 

  Required Immunizations for 2021-2022                                          

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Vision and Hearing Screening for ALL GRADES is scheduled for

October 26th, 27th, and 28th 2021 at MMS

New this year we are screening all grades.  If you are interested in volunteering to assist with the screening contact the PTA Vision and Hearing coordinator.