Nurse's Office

  • Contact information:
    Phone: (417) 523-8530 or 523-8531
    Fax: (417) 523-8595
    SPS Health Services Website:

    Office Hours:
    7:45-3:15 Monday-Friday

    School Nurses:

    Angie Doshier, BSN, RN, NCSN

    Mandy Prosser MSN, RN, NCSN  



    When should I keep my child home from school?     

    Every day, before coming to school, we ask parents/guardians to check and ask their 
    child if they have any of the following symptoms and/or exposure:

     Fever – temperature 100.4 degrees or greater.
     Cough
     Rash
     Sore throat/swollen glands
     Shortness of breath
     Runny nose or congestion
     Diarrhea
     Nausea or vomiting
     Fatigue
     Headache
     Muscle pain
     Lack of appetite
     Loss of taste or smell
     Red, itchy, watery eyes
     Persistent earache
     Students who have recently had close contact with a person with COVID-19 to 
    monitor their health until 7-10 days after their last exposure  
     Students who have had any of the above symptoms in the past 24 hours to stay 
    home from school and/or until symptoms resolve without medication to relieve 
     Students who have taken any fever-reducing medications such as Tylenol or 
    Ibuprofen in the past 24 hours to stay home until they are fever-free without the 
    use of medication for 24 hours.