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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.”

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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 continue daily routine

 Nurse coordinator Kandyce Hardie works on her computer in the health center. As the flu season is here, Hardie said, “I would encourage all students get their flu shot from their physician or at a clinic.” STEPHANIE ZHANG/PHOTO

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December 2, 2015

Despite experiencing a lull in their normally busy schedules, the nurses in the health center are continuing to attend to ill students on a daily basis, according to nurse Rachel Lencheck. “Every day, we see the students who come in with illness or injury and give them appropriate medication, take phone call...

Health center to prepare for flu season, beginning of second semester

 Nurse coordinator Kandyce Hardie prepares cream for a student at the health center. Hardie said, “A normal day here is really just seeing students that aren’t feeling well, following up with parents and students who have not yet completed their vaccinations, and … just work(ing) to make sure that our clinic is stocked for next semester.”

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November 3, 2015

 After finalizing students’ immunization records, the nurses in the health center are currently experiencing a “lull” in their normally busy schedules, according to nurse coordinator Kandyce Hardie. However, Hardie said the nurses are taking this slow period to bring flu season awareness to CHS st...

Heath center to inform CHS staff, students to get flu shots

Nurse coordinator Kandyce Hardie works on updating files on her computer in the health center. As the flu season approaches, Hardie said, “I would encourage all students get their flu shot from their physician or at a clinic.”

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October 22, 2015

As the flu season approaches, the nurses in the health center are beginning to remind CHS staff and students to receive flu shots, according to nurse coordinator Kandyce Hardie. For only Carmel Clay Schools’ staff members, the school district is offering free flu shots throughout the months of Octobe...

All seniors’ meningitis vaccine record to be due to health center by Sept. 8

Claudia Shelbourn, nurse’s aide and senior, and Alyssa Tooley, nurse’s aide and senior, work on homework during their period as nurses’ aides. Shelbourn said, “I’m interested in the medical profession when I’m older, so I chose to be a nurse’s aide. Plus, my schedule is really hectic this year, so it’s kind of nice to have kind of a free period to kind of just chill and also get work done.”

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September 14, 2015

 As the school year begins, the nurses in the health center are collecting all seniors’ vaccine records to make sure that all seniors have received their second meningitis vaccine. According to nurse coordinator Kandyce Hardie, all seniors must give their immunization record documenting a second ...

All seniors’ meningitis vaccine record to be due to health center by Sept. 8

Claudia Shelbourn, nurse’s aide and senior, and Alyssa Tooley, nurse’s aide and senior, work on homework during their period as nurses’ aides. Shelbourn said, “I’m interested in the medical profession when I’m older, so I chose to be a nurse’s aide. Plus, my schedule is really hectic this year, so it’s kind of nice to have kind of a free period to kind of just chill and also get work done.”

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September 3, 2015

As the school year begins, the nurses in the health center are collecting all seniors’ vaccine records to make sure that all seniors have received their second meningitis vaccine. According to nurse coordinator Kandyce Hardie, all seniors must give their immunization record documenting a second mening...

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.”

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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.”

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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.”

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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,

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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...

Health center nurses to keep an eye open for measles outbreak

Senior Katie Popcheff works on her homework during third period as a nurses’ aid. Popcheff said, “I’d say (we get jobs from the nurses) about…once a period, during this period. It’s mostly studying and (doing) homework, but if I get that done, then I’ll, like, read or something.”

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February 9, 2015

As the measles outbreak continues throughout the nation, the nurses in the health center stay wary of the measles, according to nurse coordinator Kandyce Hardie. “We’re keeping a close eye on—we, as in the entire county and state of school nurses—…on the measles outbreak tha...

Health center to continue normal routine in second semester

Senior Katie Popcheff works on her homework during third period as a nurses’ aid. Popcheff said, “(Being a nurses’ aid is) pretty low key, I mean, doing homework and stuff, and every once in a while helping out. But it’s a nice break in between classes.”

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January 16, 2015

As the second semester of the school year unfolds, the nurses in the health center maintain their normal daily routine which mainly consists of attending to students’ needs, according to nurse coordinator Kandyce Hardie.  “Our primary objective every day is just to see the students who a...