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Health Services

Definition of School Nursing

School nursing, a specialized practice of nursing, protects and promotes student health, facilitates optimal development, 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. (NASN 2017)

R.V.U.S.D. employs four school nurses who provide health services to our approximately 3,200 students. We can be reached at your child's school site as indicated below or by email at any time.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Marianne Etchell-Allen PHN, RN, CSN

metchellallen@rvusd.org


Spring Creek
(707) 545-1771
Matanzas
(707) 546-6183
Village
(707) 545-5754

Flora Henningsen BSN

fhenningsen@rvusd.org

Austin Creek
(707) 538-2122
Whited
(707) 539-2400
Natalie Johnson RN, CSN 

njohnson@rvusd.org

Rincon Valley Partnership
(707) 806-2570
Rincon Valley Partnership
(707) 806-2570
Rincon Valley Partnership
(707) 806-2570
Rincon Valley Partnership
(707) 806-2570
Rincon Valley Partnership
(707) 806-2570
Cheri Murphy RN, CSN

cmurphy@rvusd.org

Madrone
(707) 539-9665
Binkley
(707) 539-6060
Sequoia
(707) 539-3410

Click Here for Information about Medication at School

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