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Thursday, january 17, 2019, 4:00PM-6:00PM: CSNO SDI Mini Conference, SDCOE, room 401-402. more info here.
thursday, february 14-17, 2019: csno annual conference, hyatt regency monterey hotel and spa on del monte golf course.
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CSNO-SD/I President Message:Greetings! My name is Maggie West and I am honored to serve as your newly elected California School Nurse Organization (CSNO) San Diego-Imperial section president. I have been a school nurse for twenty- seven years and am currently the school nurse at Francis Parker School, a Junior Kindergarten through 12th grade independent school with two campuses located in the San Diego area. Please feel free to reach out to me with any questions or concerns at 619-717-0235 or at email@example.com.
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Maggie West, MSN, RN
San DIego/imperial Section President
Governor Newson expressed intention to expand pre-school education, now being call “universal pre-kindergarten”, to full day/ year-round throughout California.
AB 2315 Telehealth Law - Student to have access to Mental and behavioral telehealth technology on school campus, approved & signed into law (see below). Board of Nursing (BRN) “plan is to monitor and participate as stakeholders with school nurses: to develop telehealth technology guidelines.”
The Local Control and Accountability Plan defines a student who is absent to 10% (18 days) or more of the instructional days enrolled is defined as “chronically absent.” According to the California School Dashboard, at least 40% of California school districts and charter schools have chronic absenteeism for grades K-8. The 2017-2018 statewide chronic absenteeism rate, including high schools, was 11 percent. (Read more)