• Attention! Parents of rising 7th graders:

     

    Your child must have a TDAP vaccine before entering 7th grade! Please take time over the summer to get this done. You can take your child to their doctor or make an appointment at the following SC DHEC offices. They do not see patients on a walk-in basis.

     

    Charleston County Health Department

    8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
    To make an appointment, call 855-472-3432 or schedule using WebChat: SC DHEC WebChat.

    Ask about extended or weekend hours.

    3685 Rivers Avenue, Suite 201

    North Charleston, SC 29405

    (843) 953-4713

     

    Family Planning

    Immunizations

    STD/HIV

    TB

    WIC

    Opioid OD Kits

    Vaccines are FREE to all children who do not have insurance.

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Mrs. Stephanie Naumann

Hello SPMS Students and Families -

 

My name is Stephanie Naumann and I am your school nurse three days a week. I was born and raised in Orangeburg, SC. I graduated from the Medical University of South Carolina with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Nursing. I have been a Registered Nurse for 34 years and have practiced Nursing for all of those years in Charleston. My background is Women’s, Infant’s and Children’s nursing care.

I live in the Charleston area with my husband, my Shih Tzu - Bogart and a Corgi - Pippa. I have a daughter who is a Veterinary Technician at Emory University, a son who is in the United States Marine Corps, and a daughter at the University of South Carolina studying Art Education. All of my children attended CCSD schools. I have survived the sometimes hard school years.

I began my adventure in school nursing with CCSD in August of 2020 as school resumed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Being a school nurse is vastly different from any other area of nursing I have worked. People may think all we do is hand out ice packs and Band-Aids but I want you to know that being a school nurse is one of the most challenging and rewarding positions I’ve ever held.

My job is to work with you to keep your children as healthy as possible, so they can be at school every day! School Nurses assist with managing chronic illnesses, such as asthma, so that children can avoid absences. We provide a variety of health screenings including vision and hearing. The Dental Access dental van visits SPMS during the school year to provide dental care at the school. An Adolescent Medicine doctor from MUSC is here most Wednesdays and can see your child for management of medical conditions or a sick visit. Both of these great services are available to any student whose parent/guardian has completed a consent. Please see the links provided.

Please let me know how I can help!

**My credentials: Stephanie T Naumann, BSN, RN

Clinic Phone Number: 843-579-4341

Fax: 843-751-4719

 

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Mrs. Rebecca Tippey

Hello SPMS!

 

My name is Rebecca Tippey and I am your school nurse two days a week. I usually work on Tuesdays and Fridays. I graduated from USC with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. I have been a registered nurse for 27 years, working in all areas of pediatric nursing. I have been a school nurse for 10 years now.

I have lived in Charleston for 21 years. I live with my husband, our two children, our puppy, and a cat.

I love working with middle school students! As school nurses, we are able to help with dental care, vision care, and most all other medical needs. Please see our school website and all that we offer for our students. Do not hesitate to let us know if you have any questions or concerns!