Nurses/Student Health

School nursing is a specialized practice of nursing that advances the well-being, academic success, and lifelong achievement and health of students. Keeping children healthy, safe, in school, and ready to learn should be a top priority for both healthcare and educational systems. The school nurse is uniquely positioned to meet student health needs.

School nurses support good health and learning by performing a variety of duties including: direct student care; assessing student health needs and creating care plans; 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. 

2021-2022 School Year

Secretary Nurses Office
509-665-9134
Suzi Sblendorio 

Abraham Lincoln Elementary
509-630-8141
Melanie Wallace, MSN-ed, RN, NCSN

Castle Rock Early Learning Center
509-670-8569
Julie Robinson, MN, RN

Columbia Elementary
509-630-8141
Melanie Wallace, MSN-ed, RN, NCSN

Foothills Middle School
509-670-8569
Julie Robinson, MN, RN

John Newbery Elementary
509-670-7807
Jennifer Douglas, MN, RN

Lewis and Clark Elementary
509-670-7807
Jennifer Douglas, MN, RN

Mission View Elementary
509-860-6964
Rochelle Jessup, MSN, RN

Orchard Middle School
509-860-6964
Rochelle Jessup, MSN, RN

Pioneer Middle School
509-387-0523
Katherine Dreyer, BSN, RN

Sunnyslope Elementary
509-679-4207
Taylor Mason, MSN, RN, NCSN

Valley Academy of Learning
509-670-8569
Julie Robinson, MN, RN

Washington Elementary
509-679-4207
Taylor Mason, MSN, RN, NCSN

Wenatchee High School
509-670-3538
Jennefer Sanchez-Botello, MSN, RN, CPN 
509-470-1220
Kailyn Hudson, BSN, RN 

Westside High School
509-387-0523
Katherine Dreyer, BSN, RN