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Phone: 409-761-6510

Degrees and Certifications:
Associate Degree of Applied Nursing
Bachelor Of Nursing Degree

Angie Evans

I have been working in the medical field since 1993. I am a graduate of Alvin Community College where I received my Associate's Degree of Applied Nursing in 2001 and my Bachelor's Degree through University of Texas at Arlington in Nursing in December of 2019. I have been a doctor's office nurse throughout my career in multiple fields. I have been a school nurse with Galveston ISD for 4 years now.

Daily Schedule: 7:15-3:15

Lunch Schedule: 11:25-11:55

Parents, if you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to call me. My door is always open for students, staff and parents. 409-761-6510. 

Parent Information

Medication Policy:
 Over the counter medication and prescribed medication must have the following:  Parent and Physician must sign the Medication Consent Form, the medication must in a new unopened bottle, medication must be age appropriate, and the Parent must bring the medication to the nurse not the student.
COVID-19 Guidelines:
This year we are enforcing our COVID-19 guidelines, we need every parent to help us keep this pandemic under control by washing their hands, social distancing, wear a facial covering, and do not touch your mask or face.  We want to keep our children safe along with our staff.
Fever--100.0 using our Thermal Red Non-Touch thermometer.  Students will be sent home should they develop a fever and are asked not to return to school until they are fever free without fever reducing medication for 24 hours.
Vomiting and/or Diarrhea--student should be free from both for 24 hours before returning to school.
Rashes with fever or behavior changes indicating illness--Student must have a doctor's release before returning to school.  
Possible Conjunjunctivitis--signs and symptoms:  red eye/eyes, thick yellow or green discharge from eye/eywes.  Student must have a doctor's release before returning to school.
Lice--(live lice or large amount of nits).  Student needs to be treated and checked by school nurse before re-entry to the classroom.
Students may also be sent home if they are too ill to remain at school.
**IF your child is diagnosed with a contagious condition, a doctor's note with date of re-entry must be brought to school.**
Parents, as precautionary measures of COVID-19, any student that presents with Flu-like symptoms will be treated as if they have Covid-19 (because the symptoms are so similar).  It is our recommendation that the student be checked for Covid-19 and the Flu (this is just a recommendation).  Should your child have the test done, please make sure the nurse attains a copy of the results to ensure a safe environment for other students and staff.