Welcome to the Kyle Wilson Clinic Page!



The deadline for students to meet the immunization requirement for mandatory immunizations for public school enrollment is August 19, 2022. If proof of the required immunizations is not provided by August 19, 2022, the student will be excluded from school starting August 22, 2022, until the required immunization documentation has been provided to the school. If you have questions, please contact the school nurse or visit the immunization requirements webpage.

Introduction

Hello! My name is Jill Zeto. I am the school nurse at KWES. I received my Bachelor's

Degree from Bowling Green State University (OH). I am a former Army nurse, Army

spouse, and mom to 2 adult kids, a daughter who lives in Richmond and a son who is a

1LT in the Army. I worked in various departments as a nurse, with a focus in critical care.

I worked for PWCS for 10 years (2008-2018) and have eagerly returned after my

husband’s job took us to Germany for 3 years (a whole other story)! I am so happy to be

back in a school and I look forward to getting to know your kids better this year! Please

come into the clinic, call or email me with any questions or concerns.


Jill L Zeto BSN, RN

zetojl@pwcs.edu

(571)589-4327

Extra Clothing at School

Accidents happen from spilled milk to ripped pants. Please consider keeping a change of clothing in your student's back pack for such occasions. The clinic has some clothing available to loan, but is dependent on donations. I cannot guarantee I will have sizes of pants/underwear/shirts that will fit your child.


Medication AdministrationPill


School personnel cannot administer ANY medication until a form, signed by the parent is on file in the clinic of the school. All prescription medication must also have a physician's signature on the form.

*All medication, prescription, and over-the-counter brought to the school MUST be in the original container and kept in the clinic. An adult needs to bring the medication to school. Prescription medications must have a prescription label on the package.

*Students may keep in their possession certain medications, such as prescription inhalers and Epi-pens when the need for such medication is urgent and a delay could result in a serious health event. This is permitted, provided it is cleared through the clinic in advance, and a form is on file with a parent and physician's signature.

*Students may carry a small amount of cough drops, lotion, nonmedicated eye drops, and lip balm with them.

 


Health Concerns

Please notify the school personnel if your child is absent due to a contagious illness. Also, notify the school nurse of your student has a health concern or condition that may affect their school day.