School Nurse

Primary-Elementary School

Grades UPK-2

Lynnette Jones, RN
Mary Casella, RN

(585)396-3940

FAX (585)396-3779

Grades 3-5

Jacqui Tessena, RN
Jill Cross, RN

(585)396-3910

FAX (585)396-3954


Middle School

Kelly Smith, RN
Lorraine Ryan, RN

(585)396-3860

FAX (585)396-3874


High School

Marcia Jewell, RN
Mary Green, RN

(585)396-3820

FAX (585)396-3957


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poster of how to spot a school nurse

 

Health Information

A student should stay home from school if he or she:
  • Has a fever of 100 degrees or more
  • Has had a fever at or above 100 degrees in the last 24 hours
  • Has vomited in the last 24 hours
  • Has had diarrhea in the last 24 hours
  • Has a runny nose that requires a great deal of management time
  • Has a persistent cough that interferes with concentration
  • Is too tired to engage in usual activities
  • Has a significantly decreased appetite
  • Has eye(s) that are red, watery, or draining
  • Has been on a medication for an infection for fewer than 24 hours
Generally, after the above listed symptoms disappear, students require an additional 24 hours to recover. If you are in doubt about whether or not to send your child to school during or following an illness, please call the health office at your child's school for advice. If your child has a persistent cough, rash, fever, bump, or other bothersome symptom, you should contact your pediatrician.