School NURSE's Corner

School Nurse's Corner for Health Information and Forms

Jackie Fiora
District School Nurse

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Norwood City Schools Health Services
District Nurse:
Jackie Fiora 924-2882/479-5220
7:30-3:00  Middle School clinic
Health Aides:
High School- Karen Elliot 924-2881 (7:30-3:00)
Middle School- Ashley Shelby 924-2721 (7:30-3:00)
Norwood View- Kim Giles 924-2614 (8:00-3:30)
Sharpsburg Elementary- Diane Prather 924-2605 (8:00-3:30)
Sharpsburg Primary -Diane Prather 924-2653 (8:00-3:30)
Williams Avenue -Sherry Robbins 924-2524 (8:00-3:30)
Health aide assistants:
HS -Katie Long 924-2813
MS/NV-Diamond Hall 924-2613
SB-Amy Colyer 924-2603
Wms-Lisa Lawson-Jones 924-2523

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Welcome Back to the 2021-2022 School Year!
 
I’m very excited to be a part of the Norwood City School District.  Norwood is a strong and vibrant community and I’m glad to be a part of it!
 
As we continue to be faced with challenges of Covid, we’ll do our best to make our district a safe and healthy place to be.
 
Medication administration forms are available on Norwood City School District’s webpage if your child needs to take medication at school.
 
We’re happy to partner with Centerpoint Health for convenient and high-quality healthcare. It is located in the high school.  Please call 513-653-0474 for more information or go to the Norwood City School District webpage to find Centerpoint Health’s Intake packet.

Please remember to send in a copy of your child’s immunization record if your child has had recent immunizations.

Check out the Norwood City School website for other helpful information about our schools.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me at 513-924-2882 or email me at   [email protected]
 
Stay well.
Jackie Fiora, RN, LSN
District Nurse
Norwood City Schools.

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Section 504 of the ADA Amendments Act of 2008 ADAAA:

Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 requires a public school district to identify each child who has a disability that substantially limits a major life function such as learning, eating, sleeping, etc. If you believe your child’s health condition substantially limits a major life function, he/she may qualify for an evaluation to determine Section 504 eligibility.  Please feel free to contact the Norwood City Schools’ Special Education Coordinator, Shannon Eshman, at 924-2502 or Norwood City Schools’ district nurse, Jackie Fiora at 924-2882.
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