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School Health Central


Jessi Knochel MSN, RN, LSN           Michelle Clark, BSN, RN
School Nurse - LMES (Gr. 4-5)   School Nurse - LMECC (Gr. PK-1)     
Wendy Gordon, BSN, RN, CSN   Robin Robinson, RN, BSN  
School Nurse - LMHS (Gr. 9-12)   School Nurse - LMPR (Gr. 2-3)  
Kelly Simmerman, RN       Katlyn Tinkler, RN   
Clinic Nurse - LMES (Gr. 4-5)   Clinic Nurse - LMMS (Gr. 6-8)  
 Julie Rojas, RN      
 Clinic Nurse - LMMS/LMES (Gr.4-8)      

School nurses are available daily to our students and staff to provide first aid, illness care, psycho social support, health screenings, and programs for disease prevention and health promotion.

All district nurses maintain current CPR and First Aid training as. Several nurses also maintain Pediatric Advanced Life Support certification through the American Heart Association. 

School Health Services

A registered nurse is available each day to attend to student medical needs and to assist in creating a healthy, safe learning environment.

Generally, we do not contact parents regarding clinic visits such as scraped knees, stomach ache, need for a Band-Aid, and other minor, routine events. Examples of when we notify parents/guardians to pick the student up from school include those listed below. If we cannot reach the parents/guardians, we call the contacts the parents have listed on the student’s emergency medical form. Photo ID is required to release any student.

Reasons to keep a student home:

Fever > 100 degrees F    Contagious illness (pink eye, flu, etc.) 
Vomiting Diarrhea
Head Trauma Illness/injury/symptoms requiring medical attention


We encourage parents to keep the building nurse and teacher aware of any health concerns to ensure the best care for your student.

Over-the-counter products that may be used in the clinic include, Eucerin hand lotion, Vaseline for chapped lips, Caladryl lotion for itchy rashes and Anbesol for mouth sores or tooth pain. Cough drops and Tums for minor stomachaches are available with verbal consent by a parent/guardian. Any other prescription or over-the-counter medication requires a physician order and parent consent. See the Medication Administration link at left for district policies and information.

Vision and hearing screenings are conducted per Ohio Department of Health guidelines at grades K, 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, and 11. A referral will be mailed home if the student fails the screening.

Please contact the building nurse if you need assistance and resources.