Phone: 704-260-6526

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Degrees and Certifications:

Associates Degree in Nursing/Registered Nurse Bachelor's Degree in Exercise Physiology

Ms. Amber McClintock RN PHNII

School Nurse J.N.Fries Magnet Middle
Hours Daily 8:30am-4:00pm
 
COVID 19 INFORMATION. Rapid covid testing is available at J.N.Fries by appointment. 
 
 
I am extremely excited about being the School Nurse for J.N. Fries Magnet Middle School.  I grew up in a small town called "Tightsqueeze", Virginia, and I have lived in Concord for 3 years.  Currently, I spend most of my spare time planning my wedding and when I am not doing that, we have 3 pups that occupy the rest of our time.  As you can see in the picture above, we have Daniel, George, Charleigh, and Binx.  Binx is my favorite, but don't tell anyone! I graduated from the University of Lynchburg and received my Associates of Nursing at Danville Community College.  I am pursuing my Bachelor's Degree in Nursing at Western Governors University. My nursing background includes critical care, dialysis, and I was an elementary school nurse before coming here.  I feel so blessed to be where I am today and have the opportunity to help children stay in school, grow, and maintain any chronic condition while in school.  
 
 
BACKPACK SAFETY! PLEASE...follow these guidelines.
 
 
 
Attention all 7th graders'
North Carolina State requires that all 7th grade students must have a TDAP and Meningococcal vaccine. Any student not meeting this requirement will be suspended from school until the vaccines are obtained.
 
Tips for a Healthy School Year!
Please review good hand washing, avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth, cover your coughs and sneezes and keep your distance from sick people. It's the number one way to stay healthy. We strongly recommend getting flu and COVID vaccines as well. 
 
GUIDELINES FOR KEEPING A SICK CHILD AT HOME
- Fever:100.4 or greater-the student must stay home, even if fever is reduced with medication-THEY MUST BE FEVER FREE WITHOUT MEDICATION FOR 24 HOURS
- Diarrhea,Nausea or Vomiting-IF THEY CANNOT KEEP FOOD DOWN, DO NOT SEND TO SCHOOL
- Students should be symptom free for 24 hours from the last episode before returning to school.
 
Always take to MD for the following:
Body Rash with Fever
Sore Throat with Fever and Swollen Glands
Persistent,nagging or deep cough
Eye discharge: Thick mucus or pus draining from the eye
Students are irritable, crying, too tired to sit up and participate in regular classroom activities.
 
 
 
  • IMMUNIZATIONS

    Welcome 6th graders! If you were up to date on your vaccinations in 5th grade you are fine in 6th grade.

    7th graders have two required immunizations. Please call your doctor's office early to get an appointment. Please fax, upload or bring a physical copy to school. 

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Last Modified on April 5, 2022