Elizabeth Pole School Nurse
Juliann Donabedian M.Ed, BSN, RN
Solange Bourque-Dube BSN, RN
A Note from the Nurse
Welcome back! Starting back to a new school year routine can be difficult at times, especially with getting enough required sleep. Studies show that children who get a good night's sleep tend to learn better. See attached link by
Dr. Sujay Kansagra for helpful tips to getting
a restful sleep.
Healthy snacks are important to keep children learning. Healthy snacks help to satisfy a child's hunger between meals and boost his/ her energy level. A few examples of nutritious snacks are fresh fruit, chopped raw veggies with dip, pita
chips with hummus or even homemade baked items where you can control what type of ingredients are used. See link below for an easy but super healthy smoothie recipe that makes a great snack and fills you up!
School Based Health Center
School Immunization Requirements
Helpful tips for sleeping
Orange Julius Smoothie Recipe