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    High School
     Certified Nurse  School  Phone  Email  Website
     Joanne Strack, RN  Neshaminy HS (Last name A-K)  215-809-6664  Email  Website
     Cynthia Wells, RN  Neshaminy HS (Last name L-Z)  215-809-6665  Email  Website

    Middle Schools 
     Certified Nurse  School  Phone  Email  Website
     Kristie Muzyk-Luca, RN  Maple Point  215-809-6236  Email  Website
     Marie Dempsey, RN  Poquessing  215-809-6376  Email  Website
     Sharon Binder, RN  Sandburg  215-809-6386  Email  Website
     
     Elementary Schools
     Certified Nurse  School  Phone  Email  Website
     Colleen McIlhenny, RN  Buck  215-809-6306  Email  Website
     Marie Dempsey, RN  Ferderbar  215-809-6376  Email  Website
     Sharon White, RN  Hoover
     Newtown Friends
     215-809-6346
     215-968-2225
     Email  Website
     Janette Aguilar, RN  Miller
     Holy Family Regional
     215-809-6366
     215-269-9604
     Email  Website
             
     Theresa Stumpo, RN  Schweitzer  215-809-6386  Email  Website
     Carol Alexis, RN  Tawanka  215-809-6316  Email  Website

     Role of the Certified School Nurse

    The position of a certified school nurse requires a diverse knowledge base in the practice of professional nursing as well as an understanding of the culture of the educational environment. The school nurse’s primary function is to maximize student educational success by identifying and providing accommodations for health problems that may jeopardize a student’s ability to learn. To accomplish this, the certified school nurse engages in the following activities: 
    1. Plans and implements the state mandated school health program.
    2. Participates in the formulation of objectives, standards and policies for school health.
    3. Provides health counseling and guidance to pupils, parents and school personnel.
    4. Works effectively with community health professionals and agencies.
    5. Contributes to the total health education program of the school and community.
    6. Maintains a continuing inventory of necessary health and safety equipment.
    7. Assumes responsibility for the care of injured and ill students in the school setting.
    8. Functions as an integral part of the Pupil Personnel service team.
    9. Keeps abreast of current trends in both nursing and education.
    10. Serves as a faculty member in the total school program.