TISD nursing staff facing challenging 2020-21 year
With a combined 43 years of experience between them, the two Teague High School graduates who make up the TISD nursing staff are facing a challenging year, with new rules and procedures designed to help face an invisible enemy and keep students of all ages safe from COVID-19.
“In a traditional school year, nurses are extremely busy,” Superintendent Chris Skinner says. “This year takes it to a whole new level. Their roles have expanded, and they have handled this with great professionalism and commitment.”
Veteran school nurse Kella Redic is starting her 26th year as a school nurse, beginning in 1994 with an assignment to all campuses and currently working at the elementary campus.
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