I am a proud graduate of Shenandoah High School. I graduated from Anderson University with my Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing and have been a Registered Nurse for almost 20 years! My background is in ICU/post-op. I live in the area with my husband and two children. My two children attend Shenandoah and are proud to be RAIDERS as well! I absolutely love interacting with all of the students/staff at Shenandoah and seeing many of them out in the community at events. I enjoy spending time with my family, reading, and watching my kids participate in sports and other extra-curricular activities.
-If your child is vomiting, has diarrhea, or is running a fever of 100 degrees or higher, he/she MUST be vomit free, diarrhea free, and/or fever free without the use of medication for 24 hours before returning to school.
-If your child is diagnosed with pinkeye, he/she MUST be on prescribed antibiotic eye drops for a FULL 24 hours before returning to school. The 24 hour period begins when the first dose has been given.
-If your child is diagnosed with strep throat, they MUST be on the prescribed antibiotic for a FULL 48 hours before returning to school. The 48 hour period begins when the first dose has been given.
-If your child is sick, please keep them home from school!
-If your child needs to take a prescribed medication during school hours, please contact the nurse for proper steps.
-Parent/Guardian is responsible for transporting all medications to and from school.
-Students are NOT to transport any medications to and from school.
-Parents may only bring a one-week supply of medication at a time for a prescribed daily medicine for their child.
-Parents dropping off medication must park, bring medication to office, and have it checked in.
-Stock over the counter medications are not available for student use. If a parent would like to leave over the counter meds at school for student, parent must bring in a new, unopened bottle/package to office and fill out appropriate paperwork.