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School Nursing, Ambulatory Care, etc.

Hi! I'm BunnyBunny, but you can just call me Bunny. I love being a school nurse and personally think it's the best nursing specialty out there. :)

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BunnyBunnyBSNRN has 13 years experience as a ASN, BSN and specializes in School Nursing, Ambulatory Care, etc..

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    Happy Thanksgiving

    Happy Thanksgiving!
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    When parents are barriers to care

    Wow! I think this is something we've all run into - parents that want us to do (fill in the blank) without providing the needed documentation, meds, etc. - but maybe not on the scale you are dealing with. Regarding the parent that is blocking the IEP, I don't think I have any advice other than the usual, "document, document, document". 1 day and some hours to Thanksgiving break! Hang in there!
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    C'Mon Now!

    Dear Mr and/or Ms Snowflake, You child suffers from a well known, but mostly harmless, condition known as "Status Dramaticus". There is a cure for this condition but it entails you, the parent, putting your foot down, setting boundaries of acceptable behaviour, and sticking to them. Please let me know if you would like more information about the condition and it's treatments. Sincerely, The School Nurse
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    Texas School Nurses

    I have no experience with this, so I can't help. I am curious though - what is it? I'm not sure I've ever heard of a "medical food". How old is said kid? If, like @ruby_jane said, it can be put in the lunch box and the kid can be trusted to take it on their own, that may be the best course.
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    TSNO Conference

    I should have posted this yesterday as I’m sure no one is reading this today. But....anyone at the TSNO Conference today?
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    Down time (HA, sure...)

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    What does your username mean?

    My grandson calls me Bunny, the hubs calls me Bunny (or Bunny Bunny, or Buns, or Bunny Buns, or...you get the idea). So, when I changed my name for like the 400th (or maybe just the 3rd) time on here, I went with BunnyBunny. Also, I'm super proud of my BSN, so I throw that in when I can.
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    Students under the influence at school

    All I get is a blank page when I open it. Can you try PMing to me? Thanks!
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    I knew you couldn't stay away! Happy to hear from you! Thanks for the words of encouragement.
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    C'Mon Now!

    Freaked me out to no end the one time I saw this.
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    That's So Fetch! (Pink Wednesdays)

    Pink Converse for the win!
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    Donors Choose - Have You Done One?

    Same question as K1
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    C'Mon Now!

    that's a hard pass for me. I think the convo would go like this: Admin: You are going to teach a class Me: You mean like teaching hand washing, right? A: No, you are being assigned a class to teach. Me: You mean like one afternoon I'm going to talk to 2nd grade about the importance of fruits and veggies, right? A: No. You will be teaching. For the rest of the year. Me: (grabs post-it and starts writing) Here's my resignation. I'll clear my desk and leave the keys with you. You are going to enter and verify imms and give meds and check sugars and give insulin and administer meds. *stands up and walks out*
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    That's So Fetch! (Pink Wednesdays)

    Pink Converse today for the win! Fetch AF!! *walks by freaks and geeks table pretending they don't exist*
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    That's So Fetch! (Pink Wednesdays)

    At the cool kids table today with my pink pants and pink ribbon on my shoes.
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    C'Mon Now!

    And for today's skills set.... Miss, my earring came out. (Please keep in mind, these are high school students)