Julie Richman has been a nurse for almost 35 years. Having worked as a Roxbury Township High School Nurse for the last 15 years, she served as the lead nurse in that district for the last five of those years. Her nursing experiences include Medical Surgical nursing, Intensive Care Unit and Operating Room nursing, Summer Camp nursing, and of course most recently School nursing. Before being hired by Roxbury Township she served as a long-term substitute nurse in Copeland middle school in Rockaway NJ. In addition, she currently serves as the President of the Morris County School Nurses Association and holds a Masters of Science in Nursing Education.
Health Office Information
- If your child is home with a fever over 100 degrees, has been vomiting or having diarrhea they should be kept home until they are 24 hours free of their fever or illness.
- If your child has had an injury or illness that requires them not to take gym or go outside for recess, please have a note sent in from their physician explaining the reason and duration
- If your child has had a change in their medical status, received recent immunizations, or had recent surgery please inform the nurse's office.
- When sending in notes or paperwork please make sure your child's full name is on the form.