mc3, LPN 15,500 Views
Joined Jun 20, '05 - from 'AZ'.
She has '12' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'various'.
Posts: 1,016 (52% Liked)
My legs are wobbly after jump rope..
I mentioned this yesterday, but as of today, our school has gone into full day care status. The fidget spinners have been banned from the cafeteria only as of today. As I walked the hall yesterday 2 kids were sitting on the floor playing dueling fidget spinner; they'd get them spinning and crash them into each other. Our Intermediate school has banned them totally without a doctor's order
Well, i was also brought up in similar circumstances so I do get it. I don't think anyone is being judgemental, rather, I am very frustrated. Parent will not allow us to help, SW was threatened if she even came near the property. Like Far said, I don't have an issue if it's a once in a bluemoon but this is every single time. Mom has knowingly sent student in literally crawling with live lice and she had to sit in the office all day. Who is that fair to; the student who is missing instruction all day? The others students? Reality is the clinic is to be used for short periods of time before going home, not a babysitting service.
I love it! Kind of along the same lines as "Nurse", not "Nurse mc3" or even "mc3", just "Nurse". I've considered calling our secretary "Secretary" instead of "Sue", or "Principal" instead of "Ms. SoandSo", or "Data Clerk" instead of "Mary". Might just do it sometime!
Can you tell it's getting to the end of the year?...........
Not a school nurse, but I'm curious about your references to Facebook complaints---does your school have a Facebook page where parents post such complaints? If so, that's appalling!
No need to hide behind the virtual couch, mc3. I'm not taking the bait of one who has not learned to skip threads with controversial subject matter.
Seriously, no one is twisting anyone's arm and making anybody take offense. No one is forcing a couple of individuals to read this thread. If one dislikes the subject matter, perhaps it is time to move onto another thread filled with the Pollyannas, 'Yes-people,' and phonies who will tell you everything you want to hear.
A few years ago, my husband happened to mention to his aunt (who lives in a different state) that I had some students who borrowed clothing/warm jackets at times. We live in the South, but do occasionally have some cold mornings! Our district was low socioeconomic as well. About a month later I received a check for $100. from her women's church group - in another state! - donated to purchase clothing for my clinic.
Wow - just wow!
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