Health Department Overview

  • Every Child Deserves a School Nurse

     Welcome to the Madison City Schools Health Services Web Page

    School nursing, a specialized practice of nursing, protects and promotes student health, facilitates optimal develpment, and advances academic success. School nurses, grounded in ethical and evidence-based practice, are the leaders who bridge health care and education, provide care coordination, advocate for quality student-centered care, and collaborate to design systems that allow individuals and communities to develop their full potential.  Addopted by the NASN Board of Directors February 2017.

Our Clinic Nurses

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    Front row from left to right: Benita Tunstill, RN: Liberty Middle; Shelia Kasulka, RN: Bob Jones High; Becky Tucker, RN: Madison Elementary; Bonnie Davis, RN: Lead Nurse; Emry Bryan, RN; Heritage Elementary; Erin Marion, RN: Mill Creek Elementary;  Back row from left to right: Kemi Loftin, RN: Discovery Middle; Rebecca Harless, RN: Itinerant Nurse; June Lawniczak, RN: James Clemen High Ashley Zimnowski, RN: System Nurse Health Educator; Laura Dickinson, RN: Columbia Elementry; Aimee Allen, RN: West Madison; Lisa Harmon, RN: Horizon Elementary; Erin Picot, RN: Rainbow Elementary; : Pam Siniard, LPN: Madison City Schools Pre-K Center

District Nurse's News

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  • Attention Parents of New Students: Your child(ren)'s REGISTRATION is NOT COMPLETE until you bring A HARD COPY of the Certificate of Immunization (COI) to the school.  Uploading a copy is NOT sufficient!  We do not print COI from ImmPRINT. You must get the COI from your child's doctor, clinic, or health department.

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