School Nurses

Studies have proven that students in schools that have a school nurse perform better academically. It is obvious that for the physical, emotional and academic well-being of children, a school nurse makes a difference.

School nurses today carry out a variety of roles in providing healthcare to our nation's children. They are often the only healthcare professionals that a child will see in a non-emergency situation and gatekeepers for entire families to a healthcare system that is complex and sometimes unmanageable. School nurses must be knowledgeable in insurance reimbursement and Medicaid and other government programs for low-income or special needs children.

 


CONTACTS

Mrs. Liz LeVeque 334-243-5514
Banks/PCHS School Nurse Email Mrs. Liz LeVeque
Mrs. Angela Long 334-735-2683
PCES School Nurse Email Mrs. Angela Long
Mrs. Pam Moates 334-484-3442
GES/GHS School Nurse Email Mrs. Pam Moates

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