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Health Services Mission

The mission of Camden County School Health Services is to strengthen and facilitate the educational process through improvement and protection of the health status of all students. School nurses work as a team with school administrators, teachers, counselors, school social workers, families and the community to identify and assist each student to reach their maximum state of well-being.

School Nurse Roles and Responsibilities include:

  • Medical consultations
  • Monitor absenteeism and communicable illness
  • Collaborate with local public health
  • Maintain clinic/student health statistics
  • Maintain Student Health Records (immunization and required VHD records)
  • Teach CPR Classes for faculty & staff
  • Organize Scoliosis Screens
  • Help with Sports Physicals
  • Perform vision and hearing screens for 3rd and 5th grade students
  • Click here to answer the Question Every Parent Asks
    Health Services Staff

  • De Clark R.N. (CCHS)
  • Donna Smith R.N. (CCHS-NGC)
  • Cynthia Strickland L.P.N. (CMS)
  • Samantha Dixon R.N. (SMMS)
  • Susan McDaniel R.N. (CRES)
  • Sara Hanna L.P.N. (DLRES)
  • Debra Shepherd R.N. (KES)
  • Ashley Smith R.N. (MHES)
  • Kristi Fuqua L.P.N. (MLGES)
  • Denise Johnston R.N. (MLCES)
  • Denise Clements R.N.  (SES)
  • Catherine Normand L.P.N. (SMES)
  • Lounita Armstrong R.N. (WES)
  • Teresa O'Neal (Central Office) - Health Services Secretary
  • Stay Germ and Sniffle Free

    Here are a few tips to keep those germs away.

  • Wash your hands. It is one of the best ways to stay germ free. We teach our students to wash for two minutes or long enough to sing Happy Birthday twice.
  • Drink tea. Hot tea tastes good and is really soothing. A little honey and lemon will help with those annoying scratchy throats. Tea is full of antioxidants which will help to strengthen your immune system.
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze and then dispose of the tissue.  If you don't have a tissue, cough or sneeze into your upper sleeve - not your hands.  And don't forget to wash your hands afterward.