Just got yelled at by "the angry teacher" again. She was so angry that I had to walk away and get the Principle to talk to her. She sent a student up (7th grader/frequent flyer) because he was sleeping in her class. When the student came up, he told me he had a headache and he also said he woke up at 4 in the morning and could not go back to sleep. No fever so I let him lay in the clinic for 30 minutes. He went back to class and 2 hours later "the angry teacher" comes in yelling at me about how he's sleeping in her class, etc. and wanted him just to sleep here in my office. I was trying to ask her what she wants me to do but she was yelling so angrily at me that I had to walk away to get someone to calm her down. I think she needs some counselling or angry management. She's always snapping at me about something. Have any of you school nurses experience this? I'm so glad school's almost out
already spoke with the principal and my district nurse. Any suggestions or advise on how to cope with this. Just don't want her to catch me on a bad day
because I know how I can get.