Nurse's Corner

  • Mrs. Alyssa Cymbal, BSN, RN, CSN
    School Nurse
    p: (609) 631-4160 ext 3956


     During this time of remote learning, if you need to be in touch with me, please continue to leave a message on my voicemail or email me (see above for number and email). I can access my voicemail at home by my email.

     *** During this time of Remote Learning, please remember handwashing is a top priority!! Also, please reinforce not to touch your eyes, nose and mouth and to cover all coughs and sneezes.  This was all reviewed with your children but reinforcement is always useful and helpful!!! Thank you for your continued support with helping each other stay healthy!!

    Information for Parents regarding the Coronavirus: Helping your child cope

     The school district intends to continue food distribution every Tuesday between the hours of 10am  to 12 noon. The pick up sites are Steinert, West, Nottingham, Wilson, Kuser and Sunnybrae. They will provide 5 days worth of breakfasts and lunches to students in need.


     If you are in need of assistance with meals, please reference the following links for current food distribution locations in the Mercer County area:

    Meal Distribution

    Food Pantries

     Friendly Reminders


    All students must comply with New Jersey State Immunization requirements or they will be excluded from school.  


    If your child needs to have medicine during the school day contact the health office and you will be given forms to be filled out by the parent/guardian and the physician.  

    Medication must be provided in a pharmacy container with proper label and date.  

    All medication must be brought to school by an adult.


    Please call the school on the attendance line if your child is going to be absent or late.   Call 631-4160 and press #4. 

    Please remember to sign the children in if they are late in the main office. 


    When a child is absent from school due to fever, he or she should not return to school unless the temperature has been normal for 24 hours WITHOUT the aid of Tylenol, Advil or Motrin.

    If your child is absent due to vomiting, he or she should not return to school until normal food can be tolerated and no vomiting within 24 hours.


    Health records are maintained on each student. If your child has an allergic reaction, operation, injury, disease or any other health condition, please notify Mrs. Cymbal so that the student's record will be kept updated. 



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