McNairy County Schools
We would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to our School Nurses. These are very special ladies who work very hard to make sure your children receive the best care possible.
CarolAnn Woods, MST
Carol Ann is the Health Services Supervisor and has been a school nurse since 1997. She believes that school nursing plays an integral part in addressing the health care needs of children who would not otherwise be able to attend school regularly. She states, "The nurses not only oversee medication administration at school, we also assess the everyday bumps, bruises, rashes and bellyaches. We train staff on a variety of student medical issues and are a resource for a broad range of questions from staff, parents and students. Our goal is to have healthy students in class, ready to learn."
Angie has been a nurse for the past 8 years and has been a nurse in the school system for the past 5 years. She really enjoys working with the students and has had many successful years. Angie is the nurse at Michie Elementary School.
Atoyia Barnes, LPN
Atoyia has been with McNairy County School Health as a nurse since August of 2007. Like the other nurses, she is enjoying working with the children and looks forward to a successful and healthy school year. Atoyia works at Selmer Middle School and MCHS.
Loretta Crabb, LPN
Believing that healthy kids are happy kids, Loretta Crabb loves the opportunity to help students at Ramer Elementary School be the healthiest and the happiest kids around. Mrs Loretta LOVES her job as school nurse at Ramer Elementary. Loretta has been an employee of McNairy County Board of Education since 1996 and has been a nurse at Ramer Elementary School since 2008.
Sherry Crum, LPN
Sherry Crum is AES' school nurse.She came in 2010 and she has been a nurse for almost 6 years. She loves working with children.
Heather Whitley is the SES' school nurse. She began working there in 2010 and is very busy and says she really enjoys working with her students.
Hello my name is Charlotte Mitchell and I became Bethel's school nurse about 6 years ago. I have been an RN for approximately 38 years and retired from the McNairy County Health Dept. after 21 years. I am enjoying this change in nursing and I hope I can make an impact in the health of our children.
Welcome to Debbie Smith, our new nurse at
Adamsville Elementary School.
We are excited to have Debbie with us. She is a much needed asset to the school and I know they will appreciate what she can bring to the table. Experience, kindness and willingness to help in anyway possible.
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