I have had a few different school nurse interviews in the last few years and these were some of the questions. The things listed by the above posters were there and I was also asked:
What would you do if a med error occurred?
How would you handle an angry parent in general?
How would you handle an angry parent that had to take their child to the ER for an appendectomy last night after you had seen the child in your clinic, sent them back to class, and did not call to let the parents know you had seen the child that day?
If you have any experience with diabetes, seizures, ADHD, Mic-Key buttons, tube feedings of any variety, feeding pumps, trachs, etc ?
Emergency response experience.
What are you ideas about organizing a health fair?
Had I ever had to call CPS?
Tell us what you know about HIPPA / FERPA in the school setting.
Tell us what you know about ARDs, 504s, and IDEA.
Those last two were at a large district and it didn't play. I was glad I had experience as a school nurse or I wouldn't have had a clue.
Always be ready with the good old give us three strengths and weaknesses answers too. Not everyone has asked but a few did.
Have a few questions for them as well at the end of the interview even if you already know the answers. As Like the Dead Sea said to be familiar with the school demographics just in case they ask. Find out if they are Title I, what is their free and reduced lunch status if it is a lower socioeconomic environment. Ask what are your student's parents like? What is their level of involvement?
Best of luck and I hope it all goes well. Just know you have a great place here on Allnurses to ask questions.
Let us know how it goes.