Hi all, I haven't really posted before, but I'd appreciate some feedback since school nursing is new to me and I'm really trying to grow and learn something from each experience. I like this position and really want to be successful. Today I was called on the playground by another teacher. The student was on the ground holding his head, not moving. Teacher says she did not witness fall, another student told teacher he fell and did not give many other details. When I get there teacher says his initial reaction was repeating "my head hurts", but when I got there to assess him, he wasn't following any commands (wasn't telling me his name, where he was, open eyes, squeeze fingers) just mumbling. Pupils were equal, dilated (approx.5 mm). Given all of this I did not feel I should move him so I made the decision to call 911. Last update I received he was now awake/alert and waiting results of a CT scan at the hospital. All other tests appeared normal. I did come to find out he does have a history of behavior problems, that he can be withdrawn. Did I overreact? Are there any other steps/assessment you would have done? Any other questions/commands you would have asked?