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School-Based Health Services

District Registered Nurse 

  • Kate Swallow B.S.N., R.N., L.S.N. / 330-896-7785 / 
  • Office located at Green High School / Daily District Coverage 

Float Registered Nurse

  • Laura Necci, R.N. / 330-899-8700 /

Clinic Staff

Greenwood Early Learning Center

  • Kristi Byrd, Medical Assistant / 330-896-7474 / 8:15am-3:30pm 

Green Primary School

  • Julie Slater, Medical Assistant / 330-899-8700 / 8:15am-3:30pm 
  • Katie Dahs, Health Aide / 330-899-8700 / 9:00am-3:00pm

Green Intermediate School 

  • Beth Buzzi, Licensed Practical Nurse / 330-896-7700 / 8:15am-3:30pm 

Green Middle School 

  • Debbie Goldie, Certified Medical Assistant / 330-896-7710 / 7:30am-2:45pm 

Green High School 

  • Pam Dunford, Health Aide / 330-896-7573 / 7:15am-2:30pm 

Medication Administration

Information and Procedure 

In order for the district to administer medication to students, parents/guardians must complete and submit the appropriate form(s). Board of Education policy prohibits the distribution of medication to students unless the appropriate documentation is on file with the school.

  • Prescription Medications must have a filled out Medication Administration Order Form (see below), OR a written physician's order from the provider. All prescription medication forms must be signed by the provider and a parent/guardian. Forms are only valid for one school year. All prescription medication must be in the original, pharmacy labeled container. The pharmacy label must match the form/order for administration.
  • Non-prescription (over the counter) medications must have a Medication Administration Order Form completely filled out, and signed by a parent/guardian. Forms are only valid for one school year. Non-prescription (over the counter) medications must be in the original, unopened packaging, and must be labeled with the student's name and date of birth. 
  • ALL MEDICATIONS must be dropped off and picked up at your student's building main office/clinic by a parent/guardian. Students are not permitted to drop off or take home medications.