Community Announcements

  • Save the Date!!

    37th Annual North Carolina School Nurse Conference

    October 28-29, 2021

    Koury Convention Center
    Greensboro, North Carolina

    Conference updates will be posted to the North Carolina Institute for Public Health website.

  • December Meeting SNANC

    Please join us for the yearly meeting, we will be swearing in new members and recognizing this years awardees of the Maralyn Assay scholarship and Admin and school nurse of the year!
    Zoom login is at the end
    Outlined Agenda:

    Business meeting: Minutes (2019 yearly meeting- for approval)   

                                   Budget (attached)

           Bylaws(Please read! Vote will be taken for highlighted amendments)

    Summarize strategic plan

                  Awards: announce:

                SNOY and SNAOY

                Marylin Asay scholarship awards

                Grant awards

                Swear in new members, Board Secretary and Regional Board members


    BYO appetizers and drinks! 

    Dec 3rd: Awards and Business Meeting 4 p.m. – 6  p.m.

    Invite: Join Zoom Meeting

    Meeting ID: 925 7715 5608

    Passcode: 654734



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  • November SNANC Grand Rounds

    This month we will be discussing Remote Case Management.  Please register and plan to join us!

    Nov 19th: SNANC Grand Rounds- Remote Case Management

    Invite Link: Registration Required

    You are invited to a Zoom meeting. 

    When: Nov 19, 2020 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) 

    Register in advance for this meeting: 

    After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

  • SNANC School Nurse Grand Rounds

    We will utilize Zoom to allow school nurses to network virtually every other month with SNANC Grand Rounds to discuss success, frustrations and to support one another. Hurdling the obstacles of Covid, together we can do anything!
    Attached is a document with the registration link. It is FREE so please share with your fellow school nurses.
    The topic will be COVID. In attendance will be a health department CD expert. We all have many questions that come up on this ever evolving matter so please utilize this resource.

    September 24, 2020 @ 7pm
    Register using the link
  • Congratulations to our Newly elected NASN Director

    Congratulations to our newly elected NASN Director, Amy Widderich!
  • 2020-2021SNANC Executive Board election candidates for NASN Director

    Attached are the bio's for our two candidates for NASN Director position.  Please watch for a link to cast your vote. 

    I have been a school nurse at heart since I was 5 years old and my school nurse and neighbor drove me home when I was ill. The reality began when I lived in Turkey and was able to volunteer at a Department of Defense school as their school nurse. Upon reentry to the states, I attended SIUE for a course of study earning me a certificate in school nursing and jettisoning me into a school for children ages 0-21 years with special needs. Since then I have worked in a variety of settings from childcare to high school, sole RN to supervisor of 28 RN’s, and research participant to authorship. I am a Johnson and Johnson Fellow and currently work in a Charter school and an Early College and Career Academy in Henderson County.

    I have been a member of NASN since 1992. I have benefitted form the peer support, position statements and joined in their advocacy.  I have served in the Western Region as Practice and Standards, Secretary, Vice and Chair. I am currently in my second term as Secretary for SNANC.

    My reason in applying for this position is to be able to give back to the organization that has supported me through the years. Having held diverse experiences and positions, I can approach positions from various perspective. I truly enjoy scholarly research and ensuring school nurses are working on the highest level of evidence-based practice their license allows. It would be an honor to serve as NASN representative for North Carolina.

    Amy Widderich is currently the lead nurse for Alamance Burlington School System.  She has been an active member in SNANC since joining the Alamance Burlington School System in 2011.   She first engaged with SNANC by serving as president for the NW region. Her exposure as a regional president on the executive board gave her the opportunity to serve as president of SNANC in 2019.  She continues to serve as past president.  During her time as president, she had the opportunity to advocate for school nurses via Nurse Night at the Legislature by meeting directly with state legislatures.and writing an article for Tarheel Nurse. She actively engages with our school nurse consultant team when addressing needs of nurses in her district.  She also had an opportunity to present at the NC School Nurse conference at a round table break-out session on quality improvement.  She is passionate about advocating for the role of the nurse in schools, as well as addressing the needs of students and families in the educational setting. Amy is excited about the potential of connecting with other school nurses across the country and to continue to serve NC school nurses through the NASN Director position.