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Nurses Nationally Certified

PVSchools is celebrating Michaela Brennan, a nurse at Copper Canyon Elementary School, Jessica Carter, a nurse at Indian Bend Elementary School, and Stephanie Klever, a nurse at Desert Cove Elementary School, who completed a rigorous process to earn the elite status of becoming Nationally Certified School Nurses (NCSN). 

This certification is not easy to obtain and takes a lot of hard work and determination, but it is well worth the effort. Earning an NCSN credential signifies that school nurses are dedicated to providing high-quality healthcare for our nation’s students.

“I would encourage school nurses who want to sit for the NCSN exam to go for it! It's a chance to prove your professional competency within your field and opens up mentoring opportunities, continuing education, and more,” said Brennan.

Michaela Brennan, Stephanie Klever, and Jessica Carter

The Arizona School Nurse Access Program (ASAP) NCSN program consisted of weekly virtual test prep classes, assignments, and study groups that provided an opportunity to network with other school nurses. 

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