• Please read the following information and view the materials and/or videos linked below each section. Remember to print the certificate, sign and turn in to your school nurse after you have completed all sections.  If you have any questions ask your school nurse or call Becky Kinney, RN @ 256-593-9211.

    Print Sign in Sheet

    Safe at Schools

     Get with your school nurse for any questions and to sign a separate sheet for this video.  

    Safe At School Act- Diabetic Basics Video- (only required to watch the 1st video) 

     Click Link below





                 Standard Precautions

    Standard Precautions & Bloodborne Pathogens - A PowerPoint Presentation to promote the health and safety of students, school personnel and others in the school environment.



    Anaphylaxis is a life-threatening type of allergic reaction. Anaphylaxis can occur in response to any allergen.  Common causes include: Drug allergies, Food allergies, Insect bites/stings


    An Epinephrine autoinjector is a medical device used to deliver a measured dose (or doses) of epinephrine (also known as adrenaline) using autoinjector technology, most frequently for the treatment of anaphylaxis.
    No one plans to have an allergic reaction!

    EPINEPHRINE auto injectors may be kept in the office locked medicine cabinet or the student may keep on person. 

    Click Below to watch Video ( click play on the video on the bottom of this site)   This video is from Mylan for Patient training.  The school training video is being updated at this time.  09/06/2016.  


      AEDs vary in appearance, but will all talk you through the steps.  Call 911 and  have someone certified to start CPR.  

    AED Training Video :  Click Below



    Not Required but Great Video on Managing Seizures:



    DISCLAIMER: School nurses do not take the place of a doctor. None of the information provided on this website is meant to replace a doctor. Every student should have their own health care provider. The information on this website is meant for informational purposes only. School nurses are not responsible for anyone who does not follow the advice of their own physician or health care provider.