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Nursing Services

Nurse holding a heart made from her stethoscope.

The Nursing Services team at Central York School District is made up of health professionals including certified school nurses, licensed practical nursesregistered nurses, and a physician consult. 

Each school's health office is staffed to provide a wide variety of care and support, including first aid, prescribed medications, and the management of chronic conditions.

When to Keep Your Child Home

The nursing staff recommends that you keep your child home from school if they are exhibiting any of the following symptoms:

  • Fever of more than 100 degrees
  • Chills
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Abdominal pain
  • Rash
  • Itchy, red, watery eyes
  • Excessive coughing
  • Severe sore throat
  • Body aches
  • Enlarged glands
  • Excessive tiredness

Sending your child to school before he or she is completely well places them at risk for contracting other illnesses and also promotes the spread of illness to classmates and staff members.

Meet Our School Nurses

Tatyana Chechel

Health Room Assistant
North Hills Elementary

Sarah DeLuca

School Nurse
Roundtown Elementary, Sinking Springs Elementary

Mrs. Sarah DeLuca

School Nurse
Roundtown Elementary, Sinking Springs Elementary

Mrs. Michele Donner

School Nurse
Central York High

Mrs. Becky Kopelic

School Nurse
Central York Middle

Mrs. Cheryl Mattern

School Nurse
Hayshire Elementary

Mrs. Freesia Nardo

Health Room Assistant
Central York High

Holly Rishel

School Nurse
North Hills Elementary, Stony Brook Elementary

Mrs. Amy Slegel

Health Room Assistant
Sinking Springs Elementary

Lisa Stermer

Health Room Assistant
Stony Brook Elementary

Erin Strutt

Health Room Assistant
Central York Middle, Hayshire Elementary