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Greensboro Day School's experienced team of nursing professionals provides health care, first aid, and medical support during the school day. Their goal is to optimize a child's school performance utilizing their medical expertise and the information that parents provide regarding their child's health.
While your child is on the GDS campus, the health room is open for anything health related, from small bumps and bruises to significant health concerns.
The Health Room and the services it provides are an important part of a child's life at school, especially in the event of illness or injury. Our Health Room nurses get to know Greensboro Day School students and provide continuity of care as your child transitions from one grade to the next.
The Health Room also provides vision and scoliosis screenings for students as needed.
Health Forms must be completed annually for each student enrolled at Greensboro Day School.
All new students must provide an immunization record to your child's division prior to the beginning of the school year. Immunization records can be obtained from your pediatrician's office or your child's previous school.
Health Forms include:
Health Information Form *Required for all students grades Bengal Tots (BT)-12. *Available in your myGDS portal in mid-July.
Early Childhood and Kindergarten health assessment form *Required for students grades BT-K.
Medication Administration form *Required for all students grades BT-12 and requires your pediatrician's signature.
An Immunization record is required for all new students, all incoming Kindergarten students, and 7th grade students.
Please complete allergy and anaphylaxis care, diabetes care, or seizure plan if applicable.
Our Health Room staff have the skill set necessary to support families who have children with chronic care concerns such as allergies, asthma, diabetes, and more. Please complete and return the necessary forms.
I received my Masters in Nursing - Health Care Systems from UNC- CH in 2015. I completed my BSN at the University of Texas at Austin in 1986. I have served as Director of Health Services at Greensboro Day School for more than 20 years. Not only did I graduate from Greensboro Day School (class of 1979), I also have two former Bengals of my own, Megan ’06 and Ryan ’08.
I graduated from the University of Connecticut with a BA in Microbiology and Chemistry. After moving to Greensboro, I received a BSN and MSN from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. I was the Director of Nursing Services at Cone Health for 10 years and then the Director of Health Services at the American Hebrew Academy for 16 years.
I graduated from Prince George CC, Largo, MD with an ADN and completed my BSN at the University of Maryland. My nursing experience includes Emergency Medicine, Medical/Surgical, Labor and Delivery, Newborn Nursery, and Nursing Education.
I graduated with a BA in English from Oberlin College, and received a BSRN from Boston University. Before joining GDS 22 years ago, I worked as a Pediatric Nurse at Massachusetts General Hospital, Wesley Long Hospital, and Cone Health. I enjoy working with children of all ages and enjoy playing tennis, hiking, swimming, and reading.
Greensboro Day School works in collaboration with The Concussion Clinic of Greensboro to offer comprehensive care to our students suffering from post concussion symptoms. Once diagnosed, the medical staff at Greensboro Day School (Full time RN and 2 Full time AT"s) and the staff at the Concussion Clinic, will work in compliance with the state laws to oversee proper Return to Learn and Return to Play protocols.
Greensboro Day School develops the intellectual, ethical, and interpersonal foundations students need to become constructive contributors to the world.