I am an RN who recently retired from a full time position as a school nurse. They recently hired a medical assistant to fill my position. I still work there as a substitute so I know what I am about to say is true. The administration recently came out with the roster for next year listing her as the school nurse even though they've been informed not to do so. The office is also listed on the school map as the nurse's office. The entire district is replacing RNs with MAs. They even celebrate school nurse day for the MAs.This is same school district had an article in the newspaper stated that they were one of a few districts that were following the NASN guidelines of an RN in every school when, in fact, manythe staff at the time were LPNs. I feel like I'm being petty, but I worked hard for my RN and my certication as a school nurse. Should I report this to the Board? If I do and they know that I reported them I could lose my substitute job and I won't be able to afford health insurance. I feel that they are not being honest by allowing this to go on and it shouldn't be ignored. I see this going on all of the time in medical offices. Maybe the Board of Nursing should send reminders out from time to time to let medical offices and school know not to use the title of "nurse" lightly.