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School Nurse Corps

The School Nurse Corps Program (SNC) is a statewide program funded by the legislature to provide registered nursing services to school districts with little or no nursing services. This practical hands-on program works to get essential services to districts where they are most needed.  SNC supports student success by assisting school districts in addressing student health needs that can interfere with learning.

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All Children receive equitable, full access to school nursing services to be healthy, safe and successful in school and life.


The School Nurse Corps, in partnership with schools, families, and communities, advances student health, safety, and readiness to learn.  The School Nurse Corps improves student health services and expands public school districts' capacity to provide a safe and healthy learning environment.

Essential Program Services

Students in public school districts within the NWESD region have access to basic registered nursing services.

All Schools in the NWESD region are supported by a School Nurse Corps Nurse Administrator for school health services consultation, training and resources benefiting students, families, school staff, nurses and community partners.

Contacts for the  NWESD School Nurse Corps Program:

Lorali Gray, BSN, MEd, RN, NCSN
School Nurse Corps Administrator

Phone: (360) 299-4013
Fax: (360) 299-4071
E-mail: lgray@nwesd.org

Jodi Meekins
School Nurse Corps Administrative Assistant

Phone: (360) 299-4073
Fax: (360) 299-4071
E-mail: jmeekins@nwesd.org

For more information please download the NWESD SNC informational postcard.




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