Yearbook Photo Nurse Mimi

Noemi Lohn RN, BSN
School Nurse
[email protected]

Hi! My name is Noemi Lohn, I go by the nickname "Mimi" and the students call me "Nurse Mimi."

I am one of those incredibly lucky people that have known since a very young age what I wanted to do, in fact my first grade lunchbox had a nurse on it! I have always worked in nursing, and I enjoy it very much.

If you would like to meet with me for any reason, please do not hesitate to call me. I love children and will be happy to work with you to help your child in any way that I can.

Please Note: We are a latex free campus. Please do not bring latex balloons to school. Mylar balloons are acceptable.

The following guidelines should be used to help determine when your child should stay home from school due to illness:

  • Fever of 100 degrees or higher in the past 24 hours
  • Vomiting and/or diarrhea in the past 24 hours
  • Itchy, red eyes with discharge
  • Unknown rash
  • Ringworm of the scalp (until treatment has started)
  • Head lice or nits
  • Jaundice

To protect your children at school, students that are assessed with any of the signs and symptoms listed above will be sent home.

Procedures for Medicines
Medicine may not be given at school unless certain conditions are met. We must have a signed permission slip from the parent indicating the name of the medicine and the time/amount to be administered. All medicine must be in the original container and must be kept in the nurse's office. Students may not keep medicine, asthma inhalers, or Epi-Pens on their person or in their backpacks. Please refer to the Student Handbook or contact our Nurse Mimi for further clarification of this policy.