Hi there! Thanks for letting me join this forum.I am not a nurse. However, I am considering applying to nursing school. I would probably just want to be an LVN- money is not important.I am currently a SAHM (okay technically I work from home doing data entry work)..... Ido have four years of experience as a head start teacher. I also worked for two years at a mental health agency. I have a degree in social work, but I was LAZY and never got around to getting my license. I have other part-time social work related experience as well.ANYWAY.... Here are my questions:1. Is it possible to go to nursing school with the intent of only becoming a school nurse? Or do most school nurses have other Nursing Jobs before they become a school nurse?2. Are there any LVN type nursing jobs where you do not have to do IV's, draw blood, and insert catheters? I don't mind doing CNA type work and I could definitely do CPR... just not sure about the rest......... Basically are there any LVN jobs where you just give medicine, do paperwork and comfort/nurture people........ but you never have to do IV"s, ports, catheters, whatever?? Is that even possible? (YES, I do realize I would have to be trained to do that in nursing school, but I'm just not sure if I could do IV's / catheters on a regular basis.)3. Is it possible to get a job at "dial a nurse" hotline without REAL nursing experience?THANK YOU in advance for any help! I do realize your time is valuable, and thank you!!!!!