Nurses/Student Health

Good health enhances your student's ability to learn. School nursing has grown tomeet student need, and involves much more than dispensing hugs and band-aids! Nurses address issues that face our students and assist teachers to enable our students the best learning experience.

School nurses support good health and learning by performing a variety of duties including: direct student care; assessing student health needs; providing inservice training for staff and students; conducting mandatory health screenings; overseeing maintenance of student health and immunization records; administering medication; providing emergency first aid to students and staff; and working with the Department of Health in the control of communicable diseases. School secretaries support each school and the school nurse by performing such tasks as dispensing medication to students, providing first aid to ill or injured students, and documenting health room activity.

2017-2018 School Year

Secretary Nurses Office
Suzi Sblendorio 
665-9134

Abraham Lincoln Elementary
630-8141
Melanie Wallace, RN

Columbia Elementary
630-8141
Melanie Wallace, RN

Foothills Middle School
670-8569
Julie Robinson, RN

John Newbery Elementary
670-7807
Jennifer Douglas, RN

Lewis and Clark Elementary
670-7807
Jennifer Douglas, RN

Mission View Elementary
860-6964
Shelly Zehm, RN

Orchard Middle School
860-6964
Shelly Zehm, RN

Pioneer Middle School
387-0523
Katherine Dreyer, RN

Sunnyslope Elementary
679-4207
Taylor Mason, RN

Valley Academy of Learning
670-8569
Julie Robinson, RN

Washington Elementary
679-4207
Taylor Mason, RN 

Wenatchee High School
670-3538
Tiffany Frodsham, RN, 

Westside High School
387-0523
Katherine Dreyer, RN