•   Hello,
    My name is Eileen Pricken and I am the Haskell School nurse. For those of you that don’t know me, I understand that speaking to a stranger, especially about medical concerns, can feel very awkward. So, let me tell you a little about myself so I will no longer be a stranger. I am a mom of 4 children, 2 girls and 2 boys that all went to Haskell School. I have been a Girl Scout Leader, a Cub Scout Leader, a PTA member, and a class mom more times than I can remember. I am also a School Certified Registered nurse with both school and hospital experience.
     
    Throughout my career, I have worked with students ranging in age from kindergarten thru high school, those with diverse multicultural needs, and those with special needs due to disabilities or chronic health conditions. I always strive to provide support, guidance, and reassurance to the students letting them know that they have all they need within themselves to be healthy, happy and successful. I understand how stressful school/life can be. Please know that my door is always open for them and for you. I firmly believe that communication between home and school truly benefits the child. I try to make the nurses office a place of comfort and I try to make every student feel that they are important. Thank you for trusting me to care for your child while they are at school.
    Sincerely,
     
    Eileen Pricken, RN, BSN, CSN
     

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