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A New Face in the Freshman Health Center

Marissa Ryan

September 27, 2019

Registered nurse (RN) Meredith Haines continues settling into her new position as the freshman health center RN after working at Clay Middle School’s health center last year. Haines said she sees many familiar faces of those eighth-graders from Clay who graduated to freshmen this year. Haines said, “The...

Health center adopts a new policy

RN Amy Fletchall reviews student immunizations on her desktop. Fletchall said the new policy is mandatory for the center to follow.

Marissa Ryan

September 9, 2019

Through these first few months, the health center continues to work towards gathering student immunization information. According to RN Amy Fletchall, the health center Is arranging a “Little Clinic” on Sept. 11 to offer immunizations at the football stadium for any student still needing to meet i...

Health center starts the school year back up and welcomes students with health related needs

RN Kandyce Hardie looks through paperwork information on her computer. Hardie got early paperwork out of the way while no students were requesting her help.

Marissa Ryan

August 28, 2018

The health center continues to provide a healthy place for students as RN Kandyce Hardie already carries a full plate for the beginning of the 2018-19 school year. Hardie said the health center is multitasking finishing the start of the school paperwork, as well as helping the large number of students ...

Health center finalizes end of school year work and prepares for the fall

RN Kandyce Hardie helps a student with medication. Hardie made sure the student took the appropriate pills at the right time of day.

Marissa Ryan

May 15, 2018

The health center continues to provide a healthy place for students as RN Kandyce Hardie waves goodbye to cold and flu season, and welcomes students embodying stress and anxiety for the end of the semester. Hardie said via email, “ Our main focus is to ensure all medications are picked up by parents or d...

Health center involvement in school blood drive

Kandyce Hardie sits in the health center on her computer. Hardie scrolled through updates of spring blood drive plans.

Marissa Ryan

March 18, 2018

The health center continues to provide a healthy place for students as RN Kandyce Hardie works to equip for the end of the school year. As the end of the school year nears, the health center prepares for involvement in the spring blood drive. Hardie said via email, “We will assist in recovering stu...

Health center finalizes first quarter requirements

Health center RN  Kandyce Hardie works in her office looking over students records. Hardie looked over her computer while no wer students in need of medical attention.

Marissa Ryan

November 20, 2017

As the temperature lowers, cold and flu season takes it's toll and the health center must gear up for the busy times. Health center RN Kandyce Hardie said, “I have heard that this season is expected to be a bad flu season, so I advise everyone to get their shots. I wash my hands a lot and I use hand...

Health center welcomes new school year

Kandyce Hardie gathers all the records for a day's work. Hardie skimmed through her email for any new blood drive recipients.

Marissa Ryan

September 9, 2017

The CHS health center is beginning the process of settling into the 2017-2018 school year. Health center RN Kandyce Hardie is preparing for various events approaching, one being the student government led school blood drive. According to Hardie, in order to donate blood one must be of 16 years of age...

Heath center to update files for second semester

Nurses’ aid Katie Tellus works on her homework in the health center. Tellus said, “For a normal period (in the health center)…, we come in and do our homework. If anything is asked of us, like to bring passes (to students), then we go do it.”

Beats

January 29, 2016

As winter break comes to an end, the nurses in the health center are beginning to update students’ files and sending them to teachers for the new semester, according to nurse coordinator Kandyce Hardie “After winter break, we usually get several new enrollments that come to the school, so we pro...

Heath center to remind juniors to get meningitis shot for senior year

Katie Popcheff, nurses’ aide and senior, works on homework during her period as a nurses’ aid. Popcheff said, “I’ve run a couple passes, but most recently it hasn’t been too busy in the health center.”

Beats

May 17, 2015

In preparation for the next school year, the nurses in the health center are reminding current juniors to get their meningitis shots before starting their senior years, according to nurse Rachel Lencheck. “All the juniors will need a shot over the summer, if they haven’t (gotten) it yet—th...

Health center to prepare for next school year

Katie Popcheff, nurses’ aide and senior, works on homework during her period as a nurses’ aid. Popcheff said, “(The nurses) don’t have us run passes very often, so I just work on homework.”

Beats

April 20, 2015

According to nurse coordinator Kandyce Hardie, the nurses in the health center are beginning to prepare the health center and students’ files for the upcoming school year. Hardie said, “We will be getting students’ plans in place for the next school year along with working to ...

Health center to continue regular routine in spring

Nurse coordinator Kandyce Hardie works on her computer in the health center during the school day. Hardie said, “There’s not really much in the spring for us to do besides the normal routine.”

Beats

March 19, 2015

According to nurse coordinator Kandyce Hardie, the nurses in the health center are continuing their normal procedures of attending to sick and injured students. “There hasn’t really been a lot of change,” Hardie said. “We’re seeing students more who are having a cold that’s la...

Health center to continue normal routine

Senior Katie Popcheff works on her homework during her period as a nurses’ aid. Popcheff said,

Beats

March 1, 2015

According to nurse coordinator Kandyce Hardie, the nurses in the health center are continuing their normal procedures of attending to students during the current "lull." “We aren't necessarily gearing up for anything, but we are primarily helping and treating student who come in for v...