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Welcome students, parents and staff of LCCTC!

 

I invite you to view the entire nurse's web page to get information about health & wellness.  My goal
is to promote the health and safety of our students so they are ready to learn.  
 
I am a graduate of St. Francis School of Nursing and Carlow University, where I received my BSN
and School Nurse Certificate.  I started my nursing career at St. Francis Hospital on an adult Med/Surg
Unit but my heart belonged to children.  A year later I was hired on the Adolescent Medical Unit at
Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh.  I specialized in the nursing care of adolescents with chronic conditions such as diabetes, seizures, asthma, cancer, sickle cell, cystic fibrosis and many other diseases.  After 18 years at Children's, I decided to make the transition to school nursing.  I completed two long term school nurse substitute positions followed by day to day substituting in five area school districts. 
 
I really enjoy school nursing and look forward to meeting all of the students!  Please feel free to contact me anytime to discuss your adolescent's health. 

Best Wishes for a Healthy & Successful School Year!
Maryann Cwynar, BSN, RN, CSN
 

"You can't educate a child who isn't healthy, and you can't keep a child healthy who isn't educated."
                                                          --- M. Joycelyn Elders
 
 
 
 
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School Health Services provides care that promotes students' academic success by:

• Managing acute and chronic health care conditions.
• Providing interventions that return students to class.
• Intervening to lessen the number of students sent home.
• Identifying health related barriers and referring for appropriate care.
• Providing health screenings such as hearing, vision, height and weight.
• Promoting a safe and healthy school environment.
• Encouraging independence in managing own health care.
• Promoting student and staff wellness.