Some of these suggestions are from the "Boredom on the job" post.
If you are not aware of what the greatest needs are in your building or district, what you can say you are going to do is a needs assessment - to determine where your efforts need to go:
Conduct a needs assessment
- What are your top 5 visits to health office?
- What are top 3 injuries in school?
- Calculating the average BMI of your school.
- teacher survey / parent survey?
- Use the CDC School Health Index to evaluate needs in your school http://www.cdc.gov/HealthyYouth/
- Use EPA IAQ Tools for Schools http://www.epa.gov/iaq/schools/
- Conduct a teacher survey of health information topics they are interested in
- Ask science teacher when the research process lesson will be conducted - see if students can do a audit of bathrooms - water temp, towels soap cleanliness?
Start monthly / quarterly annual report - Don't let your achievements be overlooked
Visit your job description and rewrite it
Start a immunization awareness campaign for the next school year - bring together your partners: PTA local paper, local health care providers, health department etc.
Improve your school health office website
What software program do you want to learn? take a PowerPoint, Excel, word processing tutorial
Write a newsletter item for the faculty or parent newsletter
Put together an inservice for staff
Start a Biggest Loser or fitness pedometer competition for staff
Apply for a grant