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PT School Nurse Consultant

Department: Health Office
Location: Parker, CO

PT School Nurse Consultant Job Description 

Job Category:  Leman Academy Health Services

Location:  Parker

About Leman Classical

Leman Classical is an independently operated, tuition-free public classical charter school with open-admission policies. Many of the foundational principles for the educational philosophy of Leman Academy of Excellence have been formed and established by Dr. Kevin Leman, the founder of the school, who has often dreamed of launching a school and learning environment for young people that willingly engages and embraces parents in the educational process, highlighting the parent-teacher-scholar relationship to bring out the best in each and every child. The primary goal of Leman Academy is to prepare our scholars to become contributing members of society, future leaders, and powerful difference-makers in our world. How does this happen? Well… it starts with relationships, and our school is all about relationships. 

The school’s three core values will drive the success of Leman Academy of Excellence, and fostering relationships is at the core of two of them. We view parent engagement at Leman Academy a critical piece to the success of our school. Research demonstrates that scholar learning and achievement is greater the more active a role the parent plays in the school. We will partner with our families knowing the significant role parents play for a child to reach their full potential in life.

Additionally, we will treat every young person worthy of our utmost attention and respect, and worthy of receiving a rich, generous, connected curriculum that respects each as a learner. Our teachers will greet their scholars at the door as they enter the classroom, letting the young people know on a daily basis that they are valued and cared for by their teacher. This goes back to relationships and creating a positive school culture, which ultimately promotes greater academic learning for all of our scholars. 

Finally, by offering a rigorous classical educational program that significantly impacts scholar learning, we are providing our teachers with a clearly defined and incredibly effective pathway to academic excellence. 



Leman Classical offers a rigorous, classical education based on the traditions of Western culture where all disciplines are interrelated allowing scholars the ability to think independently and critically. We purpose to partner with supportive parents, pursue excellence, provide a safe and challenging environment, and instill morals and values in order to produce tomorrow’s leaders today. Additional information can be found at


General Job Description


The School Nurse collaborates with other school and health care staff to maintain a safe and healthy environment and promote an optimal level of wellness to enhance the educational process of students. It is a specialized practice of professional nursing that advances the well-being, academic success, and lifelong achievement of students through removal of health-related barriers. The School Nurse provides well student care, health care, first aid, and assistance to students at assigned school, as well as performs screenings for vision, hearing, and/or other conditions. Completes, updates and maintains student records (accident reports, health records) using District software system, and completes and submits reports. This includes the completion of health care plans, IEPs, and Section 504 Plans, and may include supervising health paraprofessionals and other health staff in assigned location.


Line of Authority/Reports to: The School Nurse Consultant shall be directly responsible to the Principal.


Job Goal: The School Nurse Consultant for Leman Classical serves in a pivotal role to provide expertise and oversight for the provision of school health services and promotion of health education. Using clinical knowledge and judgment, the School Nurse provides triage healthcare and information to scholars and employees, as well as performs health screenings and coordinates referrals if necessary.


Qualifications/Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor's of Science in Nursing from an accredited College or University.

  • Colorado Licensure as Registered Nurse

  • Holds a Colorado Special Services Provider License with endorsements as a School Nurse;

  •  or is currently eligible for one with the appropriate endorsement for this position.

  • Current CPR/First Aid certification

  • CO State Fingerprinting / FBI Background and Criminal History Clearance.

  • Two years of successful nursing experience.

  • Current Certificate of Completion for Hearing and Vision Screening Training.

  • School experience preferred with a working knowledge of school organization and procedures.

  • Strong verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills to positively impact school community with an ability to build strong relationships.

  • Ability to communicate effectively and professionally with scholars, parents, co-workers and the public at large.

  • Strong commitment to providing leadership in promoting health and safety, including a healthy environment.

  • Able to provide quality triage healthcare with an ability to intervene with actual and potential health problems.

  • Working knowledge of Federal, State, and Local laws and regulations affecting the delivery of school health services.

  • Considerable knowledge of child growth and development.

  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite products (Excel, Word, etc.) and familiar with other related software programs.

  • Ability to work independently prioritizing tasks to meet deadlines while maintaining a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail.

  • Ability to operate office equipment as required on assignment; i.e. fax machine, copier, computer, etc.

  • Ability to set-up and use an efficient filing system.

  • Ability to compile information, prepare reports, maintain confidentiality in performing assigned tasks, adopt effective courses of action, and deal effectively with parents, staff, and the general public requiring knowledge of school policies and procedures.

  • Ability to lift boxes and packages of varying weights and move them to other locations.


Duties and Areas of Responsibility:

  • The nurse is legally responsible to train, delegate and supervise nursing procedures.

  • Create individualized health care plans for students with health-related problems; interpret health and developmental information for parents, school personnel and students

  • Delineate accommodations and/or modifications required for learning when indicated by health or developmental status of student

  • Serve as a resource person and consultant to staff, students, families and community health providers

  • Maintains policies, procedures and develops work standards for school health program.

  • Monitors compliance of school health program with federal, state, and local laws, regulations and policies.

  • Initiates program changes as needed.

  • Ensure safe delegation of nursing interventions to unlicensed assistive personnel by adhering to the provisions of the Colorado Nurse Practice Act (CRS 12-38-101).

  • Assure student health information is protected in accordance with the Family Educational Right to Privacy Act (FERPA) and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

  • Prepares health reports for Principals and other Administrative personnel as well as health department (required county and state reports to cover immunizations and hearing).

  • Provides first aid care and medically prescribed services (per the state's Nurse Practice Acts and Scope of Practice).

  • Review and update all scholar medical files at the start of each school year, and throughout, notifying parents of any deficiencies.

  • Participate as the health expert on the RTI, special education and 504 teams by mitigating health related obstacles to learning.

  • Obtain and interpret student health data for special education assessments and 504 accommodation plans.

  • Identify students with health needs requiring modifications or accommodations in the school setting or during school sponsored events and activities.

  • Inventory/stocking school medical supplies and first aid kits.

  • Oversee the storage and administration of school supplied treatments and any parent-supplied medicines.

  • Serve as a health resource person for the school office staff and faculty.

  • Partners with parents on health needs of children/scholars and communicates plan to appropriate personnel - and includes tracking and making changes as needed. 

  • Recommends corrective action/intervention where problems are identified.

  • Provide parents with information regarding school epidemics.

  • Provide the State's Department of Health with a list of scholars with communicable diseases as outlined in the State's guidelines.

  • Provide screening services for:

    • Vision screening and referral as needed per state guidelines..

    • Hearing screening and referral as needed per state guidelines.

  • Parent notification regarding any vision/hearing screening results that do not meet state criteria, follow-up on notifications, communicate diagnosis and any school accommodations to appropriate personnel as well as completion of required state reports. 

  • Monitor and update scholar immunization compliance per state requirements. Notify parent s of any deficits. Follow up on notifications with parents and administration as needed.

  • Serve as a resource person for safety and health classes.

  • Is on call to answer office staff and faculty questions regarding:

    • Contagiousness of sickness.

    • Need to send scholars home for medical reasons.

  • Education of staff as government requires regarding current health issues within the school and community environment.


 Work Habits and Attitudes:

  • Be a self-starter with an ownership attitude.

  • Have a strong sense of drive to meet goals.

  • Shows initiative and resourcefulness.

  • Performs accurate work in a timely manner.

  • Meets deadlines and sets priorities.

  • Demonstrates flexibility and adaptability.

  • Works well with minimum supervision.

  • Is dependable and accepts responsibility.

  • Shows sensitivity and tact in dealing with others.

  • Accepts direction and constructive criticism.

  • Cooperates with fellow workers and other departments.

  • Follows school policies and safety rules.

  • Demonstrates a professional appearance on a daily basis.

  • Demonstrates a willingness to work as a team player.

  • Excellent organization, time management and follow-up skills.

  • Maintains a professional environment at all times.



Leman Classical School offers a very competitive benefits package and overall compensation will be commensurate with talent, experience and education. 


Classification: Part time, Hourly Position


Leman Classical School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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