Momma Lew shares her thoughts on why you need to have a first aid kit when you travel. Be sure to check it out here! While you are there, be sure to learn how to nominate your child’s school nurse for the America’s Greatest School Nurse contest!
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Jerry Marquardt says
I would nominate my school’s nurse because of the countless hours and her ability to help others out in time of need.
Amanda Alvarado says
I would nominate our nurses because they are always on top of everything! We’ve had several emergencies in the past couple of weeks on campus and they were great on getting the students stabilized and ready for the ambulance!
susan smoaks says
i would nominate my school nurse because she is very kind and does a good job.
Christine Morrissette says
Because she cares and she rocks.
I would nominate my school nurse because I feel like she takes the time to listen to my child and really get to know her. She knows when she is actually sick rather than just pretending!
Susan Christy says
Growing up I had the greatest school nurse.
I don’t remember her name, but she took every complaint seriously!
She would hold vinegar soaked cotton balls on our bloody noses, clean and bandage our wounds and soothe us while we waited to be picked up when we got sick during school.
My stepkids school nurse says to them “You’re okay, get back to class” while they stand in front of her puking in a trash can, so she’s not nominated!
Melanie Kampman says
Sounds like you had a fabulous nurse growing up!
Sandra S says
Because even though she has too many children to keep track of, she seems to be able to make sure the ones who are feeling bad are sent home.
Robert Tschinkel says
because of her kindness and caring attitude she shows to all children
Ingrid Jackson says
My school nurse is efficient and cares deeply for all the children.
Della Dabner says
Absolutely not. She’s a good person but not a very good nurse.
Claire McKeon says
The nurse at my kids’ school was always very nice and never made them feel like they were just trying to get out of class.
Gwendolyn Jordan says
She really cares about the kids at school and always goes the extra mile to make sure they are healthy and well
Noelle Carroll says
I would nominate my nurse because she works hard to take care of so many little ones that need her assistance and she does it without complaint
MelissaandKeith Miller says
Our kids love their school nurse. She is so friendly and kind. She always puts the kids first
She was understanding of my son and went to bat for him when he was having difficulty. She became my friend.
Susan Biddle says
I homeschool so I don’t have a school nurse to nominate.
Susan Smith says
I would nominate my schools nurse because she is so caring.