Sure, no problem. School health is really great! In my county, we have a nurse and tech in every school. The tech's main job is to see the children in the clinic and defer to the RN if it is something they are unable to handle. The RN is responsible for all the screenings, that includes vision, hearing, height, weight, and BMI. You have to do all the referrals and follow up on them. Another major portion is education. You teach puberty class, anti-tobacco, dental care, handwashing, etc. You also certify immunization records, create care plans, & train school staff in medical procedures. I loved it! The kids adore you and the hours are perfect, plus you get every holiday off, two weeks at Christmas, and of course, summers off. However, we get no pay in the summer. Now, if you're skilled in the hospital setting, you can just work there PRN during the summer or work with an agency. Do the nurses in your clinic get special training? We have some in ours that can do more advanced things, such as paps. I think you'll like the flexibility of community health. You can move around your health dept when/if you get bored with one area and you still keep your seniority.