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tonih79 has 18 years experience as a LPN.

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    What are some of your office policies?

    this is what we will be KCPS Nurse Office Decision Tree Teacher Appendix C (2) (1).docxusing
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    Absences yesterday?

    true true Politics and religion dont talk about it. NOW ABOUT THOSE HEAD LICE
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    Absences yesterday?

    @olddude I totally agree but most protest are trying to get the other person to take notice. People have blocked roadways in protest chained there self to a tree im sure countless projects have been held up due to protesters. 12 workers in Oklahoma were fired for taking off on that day and honestly they were told if they took of they would be fired, But if its really that important you have to face the consequence of your actions. Its hard to coordinate a nationwide day of protest around everyones days off;)
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    Absences yesterday?

    @Cocoa_puff, This was not just to support illegal immigrants. Immigrants Period anyone who ever hoped to come to america for a better life. I am glad to be part of a school that fully supports this my schools is 85% hispanic and we already have families that have been ripped apart by the president's increase in deportations. Most people that move from overseas have went through the process of doing things the right way. You may be a child of immigrants but your experience can't be the same because your parents were fortunate enough to have the luxury of becoming legal citizens. My friend was brought here by here parents illegally when she was 8 and she is in here late 20s and has spent thousands to become an actual citizen. This protest is saying that immigrants make a mark in this country and they are not just what the current president says "When Mexico sends its people, they're not sending their best. They're not sending you. They're not sending you. They're sending people that have lots of problems, and they're bringing those problems with us. They're bringing drugs. They're bringing crime. They're rapists. And some, I assume, are good people." [COLOR=#000000]This protest needed to happen when you feel strong about something you don't just feel strong about after 5pm. Its felt in your heart. The Montgomery bus boycott was also "a stupid idea to some" but the impact was huge. A large number of Foreign owned businesses in my city closed that day and took a great loss of money due to these beliefs. I support this. I hope these beliefs of yours and lack of empathy don't come across in your daily interactions with students or.... ummm the entire human race. [/COLOR] "and I feel like these ILLEGALS are cheating yet getting the same result as my parents who worked years to become citizens." [COLOR=#000000]THIS IS WHATS WRONG WITH THIS COUNTRY [/COLOR]
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    New School Nurse

    my contract doesn't allow me to cover the office i have volunteered to help out on occasion i will look at the policy or see what other students in the district are doing. I have to beg to be apart of the circle im finally in i usually come out at dismissal to watch the kids in the hall and make sure they are behaving. No recess duty no luch duty or before and after school duty for me.
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    Question?

  7. Okay I have a ton of these downloaded i just thought i would share. My district dosent have one we have 16k students and 36 schools so i pick and choose. PLEASE ADD LINKS http://chs.dadeschools.net/pdfs/facillitators_manual.pdf
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    Need help with wording.

    [h=3]REMINDER** KEEP YOUR CHILD HOME FROM SCHOOL IF:[/h][h=3][/h][h=3]1. The oral temperature exceeds 100 F or 1 to 2 degrees above his/her normal temperature. A child with such fever should remain home for 24 hours after the temperature returns to normal.[/h][h=3]2. Your child vomits and continues to experience nausea and/or vomiting and/or diarrhea.[/h][h=3]3. Your child shows signs of upper respiratory infection (cold symptoms) serious enough to interfere with his/her ability to learn.[/h][h=3]4. Your child has a rash or open sores that have not been evaluated by a physician.[/h][h=3]5. Your child complains of severe persistent pain. You should contact a physician for evaluation.[/h][h=3]6. There are signs of conjunctivitis ("pink eye") with symptoms such as secretions from one or both eyes, itching, and crusts on eyelids.[/h][h=3]7. Check with Pleasant Hill Health Office regarding district policies on head lice.[/h][h=3][/h][h=3]***If you're not sure whether to send your child to school, you may call the school nurse for consultation. Still in doubt? Call or visit your family physician.[/h]
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    Need help with wording.

    lol i know i never use them its a great reference my school is 85% non english speaking at home so my letters are short and sweet just the way my translator likes it
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    Need help with wording.

    Seattle Public Schools Is My Child Too Sick To Go To School? A Guide for Parents APPEARANCE/ BEHAVIOR– unusually tired, pale, no appetite, hard to wake, or confused. EYES– If there is drainage, vision change, and/or redness of the eyelid, itching, pain or sensitivity to light. This may be a sign of pink eye” (conjunctivitis) and the student should be checked by a health care provider. FEVER– temperature of 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38 degrees C) or higher. Students need to be fever free for 24 hours before returning to school WITHOUT medications to reduce the fever. BAD COLD AND/OR COUGH – Students need to be able to cover their cough to be at school. If a cough or cold persists for more than 2 weeks, the student may need to be seen by a health care provider. DIARRHEA– 2 or more watery stools in 24 hours, especially if the student acts or looks ill. Students should stay home for 24 hours after the last watery stool. VOMITING– vomiting 2 or more times in 24 hours. Student should stay home for 24 hours after the last time they vomited. RASH– Bothersome body rash, especially with fever or itching. Some rashes may spread to others and should be checked by a health care provider. INJURY/SURGERY – if students are unable to concentrate due to pain or pain medication, they should stay home. Please have your health care provider contact the school nurse to help your child safely return to school. Letting the school nurse know in advance of any planned surgery will be helpful. STILL HAVE QUESTIONS about whether or not your student is healthy enough to come to school? Contact the school nurse or your child's health care provider. Keeping ill students at home, encouraging frequent hand washing, and covering coughs protects everyone, including those with fragile immune systems. Students are expected to participate in all parts of the school day including recess or PE. If your doctor has restricted activity please send a doctor's note, for example: No contact sports x 1 week.” Thank you for your support to keep students safe & healthy. http://gatewoodes.seattleschools.org/UserFiles/Servers/Server_8619/File/Too%20Sick%20for%20School.pdf
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    Need help with wording.

    http://www.revereps.mec.edu/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/when-to-keep-sick-children-home-from-school-8-27-09.pdf this one is very detailed
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    Who uses the restroom in your office?

    I am very happy that the union contract states that the restroom in nurse office is for student who are being taken care of at that time. I had an issue with a class across the hall sending students to use my restroom instead of them going 4 doors down to the the main restroom my first year I let it slide my 2nd year I enforced the rule. (I found out that she had a restroom in the class but she didn't want them using it:***:. Im k -6 close to 400 students I actually check the restroom after each student. I got tooooooooooo many surprises when I waited.
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    Generation Gap??

    @olddude i couldn't be upset at all i went to "international schools" (heavy ESL population) school from k-12 and realized along time ago that american History is not a priority in other countries. In 6th grade my friend tried to intimidate a vietnamese boy that arrived to america that year ( my friend couldn't fight and was more of a talker) well he thought since he was black this would be intimidating enough (NOT FUNNY BUT THIS WAS HOW IT WAS AT MY SCHOOL) what was funny is that the vietnamese had no idea that he was supposed to be intimidated ( he didnt get the memo) and he kicked my friends but ALL AROUND THE ROOM my friend was running from him saying "ok ok" HILARIOUS . forgot my main point though
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    Generation Gap??

    @Flare me and my mother solved a heated debate over pictures because she was claiming that a set of pics were hers and my argument was that these were my pics because i got them developed at one hour photo. All this is foreign to my daughter because the pics they take just stay in the cell phone. AND my sister made a huge mistake of asking a 19 year old why he didnt card for cigarettes this was years ago she then said "how old do i look" BIG MISTAKE he said 45ish she was like 27 at this time ( she been smoking since 12 though) lol KIDS THESE DAYS i will never ask anyone to guess my age
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    Generation Gap??

    @kidzcare So true i never though about it like that are 100 years of advancement vs. past histories 100 years of advancement. MP3 player, caller ID, even the FIT BIT stock has went down they are losing millions because everything that they offer you can also get on your phone.
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    Generation Gap??

    well i work in a school and 80% are hispanic with a few African- American staff members Anyway last year this class (2nd graders) were learning about slavery so a student who is from Iraq was in my office not feeling well and i could tell there was something on his mind. He said he wanted to ask me something about my past and that he just has to know. He asked me when i was younger was i a slave i laughed so loud because he was serious ....i just imagine him finally getting the chance to spend time with a black person (he was in my office at least 40 minutes) and finally ask the question that has been on his mind the entire month. i said "NOOOOOOO IM like 38 years old and slavery ended over 100 years ago" He looked at me like okay........................ so is that a yes or no (CHILDREN HAVE NO CONCEPT OF TIME)