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SchoolNurseTXstyle

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  1. SchoolNurseTXstyle

    Parents be like...

    Mom: “Unless precious has a fever, he needs to suck it up at go back to class!” 13 minutes later (secretary): mom is here to pick up precious.
  2. SchoolNurseTXstyle

    C'Mon Now!

    Don't you just love it when a teacher decides that that old pesky medication policy doesn't apply to them??? Especially when that poor baby has a microscopic scratch that needs neosporin immediately so it won't get infected............... C'MON NOW!!!
  3. SchoolNurseTXstyle

    Lice... why lice?

    Who takes care of the ill / injured students when you are spending all of your days doing lice checks???
  4. SchoolNurseTXstyle

    C'Mon Now!

    Why do kids feel like it is absolutely necessary to change their perfectly intact band-aids, bandages during the school day????????????? C'MON NOW!!! What happens (and is bandaged) at home should stay at home.............
  5. SchoolNurseTXstyle

    C'Mon Now!

    The 7th grade boys restroom must be looking pretty gross today!!! So many vomiters in there yet they look just fine and dandy, smell pretty good and don't so much as gag the 30-45 minutes they have each been in here with me. Hmmmmmm........................... Vomiting, schomiting!! More like spring fever mondayitis. However, I have been sending them all home with the policy about the 24 hour rule. Because, well I am in that kind of mood today. Let the parents be inconvenienced. C'MON NOW!!!
  6. SchoolNurseTXstyle

    C'Mon Now!

    Seems like we need to get to work on this!!! Now, how do we "collect" the gas so we can test?????????????????????????
  7. SchoolNurseTXstyle

    C'Mon Now!

    At 3:07 (school gets out at 3:30), I get a pass with a student. "FLU. Keeps pooping Left class 5 times." I asked the kid why 5 times "Because I had to FART and it took a while to get it out." So, I call teacher "well. I didn't want to get the flu so I thought I would make sure." My reply "good thing gas is not contagious." I know this has been a weird flu year but still, pooping is still not the predominant symptom. She is a SPED teacher, if you don't want to be exposed to germs - probably the wrong profession. C'MON NOW!!! All she had to do was ask the kid a simple question......... Instead let's make a mountain out of well a toot.
  8. SchoolNurseTXstyle

    C'Mon Now!

    8th grader (no pass, pops head in door): My stomach hurts Me: Where are you supposed to be right now since you don't have a pass? 8th grader: I think my stomach hurts because I am hungry right now. Me: Ok, where are you supposed to be right now? 8th grader: Lunch Me: 8th grader: You are probably going to tell me to go to the cafeteria, aren't you? Me: Nods head C'MON NOW!!! 14 years old......................
  9. SchoolNurseTXstyle

    C'Mon Now!

    When I arrived this morning, principal and vice principal freaking out because kid had a mild nosebleed on the bus this morning. Everything already stopped when I got here, no blood on clothing or anything so I am thinking it must not have been that bad.
  10. SchoolNurseTXstyle

    C'Mon Now!

    Student completely broke earpiece off glasses last Monday (while on spring break). Brought for me to fix this morning...
  11. SchoolNurseTXstyle

    C'Mon Now!

    A parent told me today that since their student only came to participate in a before school activity that was outside, his fever was not contagious!!! C'MON NOW!! Thank god next week is spring break......
  12. SchoolNurseTXstyle

    C'Mon Now!

    Called to a bus on Friday afternoon for a pencil eraser sized abrasion with not even 1 drop of blood!!!! There is not 1 single day at my school that I do not get called away for an "emergency" and yet to have something even be urgent much less emergent. C'MON NOW!!!!!
  13. SchoolNurseTXstyle

    C'Mon Now!

    Just had a kid walked down by two other students for a splinter. I literally just flicked it off with my fingernail. Another child saved from the jaws of death!!!! C'MON NOW
  14. SchoolNurseTXstyle

    C'Mon Now!

    98.7????????????? Call the CDC!!!!!
  15. SchoolNurseTXstyle

    C'Mon Now!

    At least 3 times a week at my middle school, a mass e-mail goes out looking for the missing DD. Today, she left class to go to the bathroom and did not return. She has even tried to lie about being with me a couple of times when she was actually roaming the halls. Yet, not 1 single genius of a teacher in my building can say - "Hey BB, why don't you escort DD to____________so you can make sure she comes right back to class." Or better yet, tell DD - you are not leaving unless it is an emergency. C'MON NOW!
  16. SchoolNurseTXstyle

    Broken leg/Ambulance

    Possible fracture (closed) with normal NV status of lower leg/ ankle. Urgent but not emergent. I would not have called 911 either.