I have discussed it with the other school's nurse (who has her own issues with this person) as well as our district nurse leader. There are other issues as she is not a "school nurse" but she has our contract (and is therefore salaried) but somehow gets away with not coming in when her 1:1 is absent or if there are PDP days, etc. We don't really want her to come to our nurse meetings and therefore are hesitant to bring this up to our superintendent... She was not invited to join the union, however.
She has 2 kids in my school, and one in the high school, and she used to be a school nurse in another district, so right there, she should know how a health office runs, and should know when paperwork needs to be turned in, so this was my first inclination that she was playing me.
This last incident was a call a week after the "incident" occurred...
Her: "Why didn't you call when little Timmy was vomiting at school?"
Me: Well, he wasn't vomiting, he regurgitated
his snack milk. He told us he missed breakfast (in Kindergarten, hardly up to him to make sure he eats before school IMO), and when snack time came around he chugged his entire chocolate milk and immediately regurgitated it. I evaluated him, held him in the office for 15mintues, all the while he's complaining how hungry he is, and when he tolerated 12oz of water, I sent him back to finish snack with a plan in place that if he seems off in ANY way, shape or form (whether he is complaining or not), I would have called, as I don't want a kid actively vomiting at school. But one time with no other symptoms and an explanation doesn't really warrant him missing school!"
To which she replied "Oh, well you made the right call, he wasn't sick"
I legitimately feel like she only called to try and pin me against a wall. Because why even call to ask about it if you are glad I didn't call that day?
I think time will tell how this all plays out. It sounds like there are other issues, so she may just be an angry person in general and I'm an easy target.