Beth Stokman, RN
I began at MISD with 15 years of nursing experience. I received my RN from Tarrant County College and have spent the majority of my nursing career as a Women's Health nurse, working in Labor and Delivery. I enjoyed being there for each patient and their family through such an important time in their lives. I transitioned to school nursing to become a part of the school family and community that we call home.
I have always enjoyed working with children and spent several years as a teachers aide in a childcare setting and feel like this is the perfect opportunity to assist students with their healthcare needs.
I love to spend my free time with my husband and our 2 girls. I enjoy traveling, camping, being outdoors, all things plants, and watching our girls on the soccer field and volleyball court. I look forward to an amazing year!
Our policy is that students should not attend school or will be sent home for:
Temperature of 100 degrees or above
Undetermined rash over any part of the body accompanied by fever
Nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea
Red, draining eyes
Intense itching with signs and symptoms of secondary infection
Open, draining lesions
The presence of live lice
Students must be fever free without medication for 24 hours prior to returning to school.
Students cannot return to school after being treated for pinkeye or strep throat until they have been on antibiotics and fever free for 24 hours prior to returning to school.
For readmission, some illnesses may require a statement from the student’s physician stating the student is not contagious.
If your child requires any medical care or medication while at school please visit the MISD Health and Wellness web page to view all forms that will need to be completed.
*Please note there are new and fluid guidelines due to COVID-19. Please refer to the COVID-19 section of the MISD website for more information.
"Children must be healthy to be educated and educated to be healthy." -- author unknown