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School Nurse

Upper School Nurse
My name is Paula Lowe and I am the full-time school nurse at the upper school for grades 3rd-5th. My office is located on the 1st floor, by the library. I am available Monday-Friday, 7:45am-3:45pm during the school year. I can be reached as follows (only by e-mail during the summer months):

    Paula Lowe, R.N., B.S.N.
    Available 7:45 am-3:45 pm
    Phone: 302-655-5760 x225

Lower School Nurse
My name is Demetra Tzinoudis and I am the full-time school nurse at the lower school for grades kindergarten-2nd. My office is located on the 1st floor in Room 109. I am available Monday-Friday, 8:00am- 4:00pm during the school year. I can be reached as follows (only by e-mail during the summer months):

    Demetra Tzinoudis, R.N., B.S.N.
    Available 8:00 am-4:00 pm
    Phone: 302-994-6490 x109

 

Role of the School Nurse

  • The school nurse provides direct health care to students and staff.
  • The school nurse provides leadership for the provision of health services.
  • The school nurse provides screening and referral for health conditions.
  • The school nurse promotes a healthy school environment.
  • The school nurse promotes health.
  • The school nurse serves in a leadership role for health policies and programs.
  • The school nurse serves as a liaison between school personnel, family, community, and health care providers.
Healthy children are successful learners. The school nurse has a multi-faceted role within the school setting, one that supports the physical, mental, emotional, and social health of students and their success in the learning process.

“You can't educate a child who is not healthy, and you can't keep a child healthy who is not educated.” M. Jocelyn Elders, former Surgeon General