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School Nurse

Melissa Kunz, MSN, RN


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 All students entering 9th grade must have evidence showing:

 -Health Examination within the past 2 years  

                       -1 booster dose of Tdap

                       -1st dose of the Meningococcal Vaccine 

Students must have a DIAA Sports Physical after April 1, 2016 to play a sport during the 2016-2017 school year.  
The correct DIAA forms must be completed and signed.   (click link below)

DIAA Sports Physical Form 2016 ( complete all 4 pages)


(SPANISH) DIAA Sports Physical Form 2016

Nota: Reemplaza el formulario historial médico y la versión en Inglés Pre-Participación Evaluación física




7 Surprising Facts from a School Nurse 

Team Voices  
School Nurse Beth Mattey working with Olympian Dara Torres and Meningitis Survivors Div. I Basketball Player from Virginia Tech, Rayna Dubose and Para Olympic Cyclist, Jamie Schanbaum 

What a difference a shot makes!

It's important to get your vaccines!
Ask about the meningitis vaccine, the HPV
vaccine and your Tdap when you have your physical.
Make sure you are up-to-date.   
The National Association of School Nurses
has shared these videos from school nurses
around the country speaking about the specialty practice
of school nursing.  
The Vaccine Effect

Please check out this new resource.  It might save a life.  


"Sexting: Just
How Much of a Danger Is It and What Can School Nurses Do About It?"

An article by Gail Mattey Diliberto
and Beth Mattey. Click the link below.

Last Modified on September 1, 2016