Welcome to the NJSSNA!

NJSSNA WEEKEND CONFERENCE

March 27, 28th 2015
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Mary Ann Bacon (President), Janine Barzdines (Co-Chair), Judy Croco (Education Chair)

School Nurses: The Key To Student Success

Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel
515 US Highway 1 South
Iselin, NJ 08830

Friday Evening Dinner Meeting

John K Kriger
“The Art of Prezentation”

Saturday Morning Keynote

Rita Marie John DNP,EdD, CMHS, CPNP
“What’s New in Pediatric Health Care”

Breakout Sessions (all day Saturday)

*Vendors, Posters, Gift Baskets and More*

NO CREDIT CARDS OR ON-LINE REGISTRATION

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Excellence in School Nursing Award forms – to be submitted by 

January 15th, 2015 (note extension)

http://www.njssna.org/category/upcoming-events/

 No December Meeting

next meeting January 20th, 2015

 

Monthly meetings at NJEA- Trenton  

        (The Third Tuesday of Every Month)

180 W. State Street Trenton, NJ 08607

          5:30 PM Committee meetings

                6:00   Executive meeting

             *Bring your own dinner*

 

Join the Campaign to Expand School Breakfast in New Jersey

http://acnj.org/

 

Special Announcement Regarding New Students

As school nurses we are on the front lines of Public Health and ready to do our part for all children. There are 50,000 plus children who have crossed US borders from Central American countries. New Jersey has received approximately 1,800 children and adolescents. Christene DeWitt-Parker, MSN, CSN, RN, N.J. Department of Education, Coordinator for School Health, has developed resources  for school nurses and school physicians in school districts and nonpublic schools that receive immigrant students recently relocated to New Jersey.

   School nurses need to know the laws regarding these children, and what kinds of health assessments, immunizations and medical interventions children may have received prior to being released from the holding centers. To access these documents, login to NASN’s website and join School Nurse Net and our community, New Jersey State School Nurses Association Community.

http://schoolnursenet.nasn.org/ViewAllCommunities

Click the link below to read an important memo from David C. Hespe, acting Commissioner DOE: Enrollment Considerations for Homeless and Immigrant Students

http://education.state.nj.us/broadcasts/2014/AUG/26/11823/Enrollment%20of%20Homeless-Immigrant-Undocumented%20Students%202014.pdf

 

 

 

***** School Nurse Net sign-up *****

 

Due to a broken link beyond our control, please use the following info to sign up for the School Nurse Net!!!

1. Open NASN WEBSITE W/ your user log in www.nasn.org  go to School Nurse Net, then go to profile (hoover over School Nurse Net)

2. Go to My Profile_> my Subscriptions_> NJSSNA_> Real Time_>SAVE

3. Questions contact-  communications@njssna.org

 

 

Scholastic Student

Scholastic Student-Athlete Safety Act

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For additional changes directly impacting the public school CSN role noted in N.J.A.C. 6A:16 by Gina Emge, MSN, RN, CSN

Go to NJ Legislative Updates for a summary of changes in N.J.A.C. 6A:16, Programs to Support Student Development

Janet’s Law FAQ

http://education.state.nj.us/broadcasts/2014/SEP/02/11849/FAQ%20Janet’s%20Law%20broadcast%20September.pdf

Mission

The New Jersey State School Nurses Association seeks to improve health and educational outcomes for children and youth by building the capacity of school nurses to promote school and community wellness and deliver high-quality healthcare in the school setting.

Vision

A school nurse in every school, leading the way to wellness for the entire school community.

 

NASN

Vision: To lead the transformation of school health.

Mission: To advance school nurse practice to keep students healthy, safe and ready to learn.

 

Visit us at NJ State School Nurses Association on Facebook

 

All Correspondence to:

 NJSSNA mailing address

          1479 Pennington Road

         Trenton, NJ 08618

 

 

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