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    I didnt think they existed anymore.
    The public primary & high school i went to didnt have one.

    DD1's catholic school doesnt have one either

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    Yup. The school I worked at had a school nurse who manned the sick bay. It's a public primary school.

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    We had a school nurse but she wasn't part of the sick bay, was there more for counseling, mental illnesses, bullying etc. I think her title was "school based youth nurse".

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    No school that I have ever been to or worked in has ever had a school nurse! All sick bays are manned by the administration/office staff!

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    The public school my children attend has a school nurse, but they share her with another school that is nearby.

    Both my kids have said she's been into their classes a couple of times already this year, to conduct head lice inspections on all the kids.


    In Victoria, the education dept website said that two-thirds of secondary schools are part of the school nurse program, but often nurses are allocated to 2 schools each.


 

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