MVNA provides health consultation services to K-12 charter schools to ensure the best possible school health care for students. Licensed School Nurses design individual programs to meet the needs of students and staff, guiding schools in compliance with federal and state requirements, and availing them of best practices in the area of school health services.
The Licensed School Nurse guides schools in providing and promoting a safe and healthy learning environment with such services as:
- Assessment of the school health program and best practice recommendations in administration and management, including:
- Minor illness management
- Development and compliance of student health records, filing state reports
- Health planning with medical providers and families for students with chronic and/or potentially life-threatening health conditions;
- Participation in special education assessments, development of plans for students with disabilities (504 plans);
- Staff training in areas of medication administration, including OSHA/Employee Right-to-Know;
- Referral to community resources.
Frequency of nurse services range from twice weekly to monthly depending on the school size and needs. Please contact us with further inquiries.