• Health Services - Our Staff

    Your school nurse may work in more than one school. Email is a great way to make contact directly.

    School Contact Information
    Early Learning Center Doni_Henry@lkstevens.wednet.edu
    Hillcrest Elementary Erica_Hall@lkstevens.wednet.edu
    Skyline Elementary Lisa_Phelps@lkstevens.wednet.edu
    Highland Elementary Lynne_Grubb@lkstevens.wednet.edu
    Sunnycrest Elementary Jessica_Spohnholtz@lkstevens.wednet.edu
    Stevens Creek Elementary Doni_Henry@lkstevens.wednet.edu
    Mt. Pilchuck Elementary Robin_Gibbs@lkstevens.wednet.edu
    Glenwood Elementary Patricia_Carpenter@lkstevens.wednet.edu
    North Lake Middle School Kim_Wilson@lkstevens.wednet.edu
    Lake Stevens Middle School Ann_McCrea@lkstevens.wednet.edu or Danika_Cooley@lkstevens.wednet.edu
    Cavelero Mid-High School Isabel_Zaragoza@lkstevens.wednet.edu
    Lake Stevens High School Heather_Smith@lkstevens.wednet.edu
    HomeLink Kim_Wilson@lkstevens.wednet.edu

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What do school nurses do?
    The Lake Stevens School District has 12 school nurses who provide a wide range of health services to the schools they serve. These nurses work in the respective buildings with varying hours per week, depending on student population and the special needs of that school. Additional time is spent working on special education evaluations. Below are several of the frequent duties of our Lake Stevens School nurses:

    • They develop emergency care plans for students with life threatening health conditions, such as severe allergies to peanuts or bee stings, severe asthma, or diabetics with insulin reaction.
    • They educate and provide appropriate staff trainings across the district and various departments.
    • They oversee staff administering medications to students and care for the ill or injured students in the school setting.
    • They are responsible for the health assessment of students being evaluated to receive special education services through the Lake Stevens School District.
    • They are responsible for organizing state-mandated vision and hearing screenings and assessments.
    • They are alert to any possible communicable disease outbreaks in the school setting and work closely with the Snohomish Health District.
    • They serve as a liaison between the school, the home and medical or other community resources.
    • They provide health education to students.
    • School nurses are responsible for close management of diabetic students and other health conditions in the school setting.
    • They have a current Registered Nurse license or a Licensed Practical Nurse.  School nurses have current First Aid, CPR, and AED training