Noel Coraccio, R.N.
Supervisor of Nurses
ph: (860) 779-6685
fax: (860) 774-2997
Goodyear School Central School Memorial School
Grades: Pre-K Grades: Pre-K,K, 1 Grades: 2-4
Karen Savoie RN, Head Nurse Linda Taylor RN, Head Nurse Noel Coraccio RN, Supervisor
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ph: 860-779-6775 ph: 860-779-6755 ph: 860-779-6685
fax: 860-774-6772 fax: 860-774-3299 fax: 860-774-2997
Deborah Dumouchel RN Rachel Devanny RN
Intermediate School High School
Grades: 5-8 Grades: 9-12
Susan Spagnuolo RN, Head Nurse
ph: 860-779-6725 ph: 860-779-6636
fax: 860-779-9639 fax: 860-779-3072
Jacqueline Asermelly RN Nancy Schofield RNMission Statement
As health care professionals, Killingly Public School Nurses support the health and educational success of children and youth by striving to create a caring and healthy environment that emphasizes the emotional, intellectual, physical and social development of each child. The school nurse links the health service program within the school and the community.
Our vision for the students in the Killingly Public School addresses the needs of the whole child. Every school nurse plays a vital role in some or all of the eight components listed below to make our vision possible.
School health services: assessing student health status, providing emergency care, ensuring access to health care and identifying and managing barriers to student learning.
Health education: providing resources and expertise in developing health curricula and providing health information.
Health promotion for faculty and staff: providing health information and health promotion activities, monitoring chronic conditions and maintaining records.
Counseling, psychological and social services; collaborating with counseling staff to identify student psychosocial problems and to provide input and intervention.
School nutrition services; providing education about nutritious foods, monitoring menus and food preparation and encouraging the inclusion of healthy food and menus, in vending machines and for classroom snacks.
Physical education programs; collaborating with physical educators to meet physical education goals, providing information to students about physical activity, and helping to design appropriate programs for student with special health concerns.
Healthy school environment; monitoring, reporting and intervening to correct hazards, collaborating to develop a crisis intervention plan, and providing adaptations for students with special needs.
Family and community involvement; taking a leadership role in collaborating with community agencies to identify and provide programs to meet the physical and mental health needs of children and families.Health Department Web Site
Our web site was created to be informative and instructional, providing students, parents and teachers with the latest health news and updates, including pertinent health-related resources. Please feel free to contact me or your school nurse with any questions or concerns that will help us to gain a better understanding of your child's personal health.