Welcome to Spruce Run School! 

 

School Health Nurse - Faith Fuhrman, MSN, RN, CSN.

 

My name is Faith Fuhrman and I am your child's nurse at school. I graduated from the University of Virginia in 1985 with my Bachelors in Nursing and then Masters degree in Nursing in 1988. I began my career in Cardiac ICU, worked for the National Transplant Network (UNOS), long term care, and substituted in the Clinton Township School District for three years before beginning here full time in 2009.

 

School Health Nurse - Linda McClurg, RN, BSN, CSN

 

I am a part time nurse, sharing hours with Patrick McGaheran School.  I graduated from University of Connecticut in 1987 with a Bachelor's in Nursing. I have worked in a Medical Surgical unit, home health for 13 years and have been a School Nurse since 2001.  

 

Our nursing practice is guided by professional practice standards and relevant statutes, regulations and policies. Our goal is to deliver care in a manner that promotes and preserves student and family autonomy, dignity, and rights.

 

A school health nurse assists students, families, and staff in attaining and maintaining optimal health and health attitudes. School nurses strengthen and facilitate the educational process by improving and protecting the health status of children and staff, and by identifying and assisting in the improvement of health-related barriers to the learning process. School nurses facilitate positive responses to normal development, promote health and safety, intervene with actual and potential health and safety problems, and collaborates with others to build student capacity for learning.

 

 

Please do not hesitate to contact us about health concerns or questions. To help us care for your child while they are in school, please let us know about medical needs and updates to your child's health record.

 

 

Office Hours are 8:30 - 3:30. Summer hours by appointment only. We can be reached via email. FFuhrman@ctsdnj.org or LMcClurg@ctsdnj.org

 

Please see Important Health Forms page for required health documents.

 

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