To quote an old African Proverb and Hillary Clinton – “it takes a village to raise a child”. Welcome to the village! As a school nurse you have a great amount of influence on the lives of student s and their families. The services, attention and involvement of Delaware’s school nurses and their families astound [...]
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Although DSNA took a moratorium this year, some districts continue to honor their school nurses. Christina School District District Nurse of the Year Michelle Gayeski Receives Surprise Visit On May 8, Dr. Williams greeted her with balloons and flowers to recognize her achievement Christina School District Nurse of the Year for 2013-2014 received a surprise [...]
In May Delaware Today Magazine featured 75 nurses in 18 categories as the “Top Nurses” in the state. The nurses honored were chosen by their peers via a ballot administered by the Delaware Nurses Association. School nurses were well represented in these categories: Clinical nurse specialist: pediatric/maternal child/ specialty – Beth Mattey Advancing and leading [...]
On May 9, school nurses from around the state gathered for DSNA’s annual Spring Conference. Aaron Schrader, from DelaWell, provided an entertaining and engaging presentation titled “Achieve Your Best Health Now”. Aaron gave the attendees strategies to improve their own health, achieve weight loss goals, and access free resources through the DelaWell program which is [...]
Congratulations to all Nationally Certified School Nurses in Delaware. Certification is a mark of excellence and you are to be commended for your extra effort. We may be a small state but we have 117 NCSN’s in Delaware!
Hundreds of School nurses from across the state gathered in Rehoboth at the Baywood’s Conference Center for the 13th annual Winter Conference On Saturday, March 9, 2013. The topic of concussions started the day with a riveting video called “Head Games” and a talk by Dr. O’Brien. We received an excellent review and update on [...]