OASN Every Student Counts: School Health Staffing Report 2018-19
This report should be submitted as ONE district aggregate
District Name *
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County *
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Total number of schools in district *
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Total number of school buildings in district *
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Number of enrolled students in district *
Use the District’s official October count (many states submit this number to ODE).
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Total number of RN FTEs with an assigned caseload providing direct services *
"Direct services means responsible for the care of defined group of students in addressing their acute and chronic health conditions. It includes health screenings, health promotion and case management. Direct services also include care provided in a health care team including LPNs or aides.Inclusion/Exclusion -Include long term substitute (but not the substitute RN list for short term needs)-Exclude nurses working with medically fragile students (1:1, 1:2, 1:3, 1:4, 1:5)-Exclude % of administrative assignment"
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Total number of these RNs holding an ODE Professional Pupil Services License as a School Nurse
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Total number of LPN/LVN FTEs with an assigned caseload providing direct services with a designated case load *
"Direct services means responsible for the care of defined group of students in addressing their acute and chronic health conditions. It includes health screenings, health promotion and case management. Direct services also include care provided in a health care team including LPNs or aides.Inclusion/Exclusion -Include long term substitute (but not the substitute RN list for short term needs)-Exclude nurses working with medically fragile students (1:1, 1:2, 1:3, 1:4, 1:5)-Exclude % of administrative assignment"
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Total number of health aide (non-RN, non-LPN/LVN) FTEs with an assigned caseload providing direct health services (e.g., give medication, staff health office, perform specific health procedures) *
This number should reflect only those whose main assignment is health related. Exclude secretaries, teachers or principals who only address health issues at times. You may include FTE of secretary or other aides IF it is included as a specific part of their responsibility (i.e. cover health office regularly).
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Total number of supplemental/float RN FTEs *
Permanently hired/contracted RNs who provide supplemental/additional direct nursing services or specific procedures, e.g. child find/EPSDT. Do not include RNs with 1:1, 1:2, 1:3, 1:4, 1:5 assignments. This count is in addition to the RNs identified in #2 and #8.
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Total number of supplemental/float LPN/LVN FTEs *
Permanently hired/contracted LPNs/LVNs who provide supplemental/additional direct nursing services or specific procedures. Do not include LPNs/LVNs with 1:1, 1:2, 1:3, 1:4, 1:5 assignments. This count is in addition to the LPNs/LVNs identified in #3 and #9.
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Total number of supplemental/float health aide (non-RN, non-LPN/LVN) FTEs *
Permanently hired/contracted health aides (non-RN, non-LPN/LVNs) FTE who provide supplemental/additional direct nursing services or specific procedures. Do not include those with 1:1, 1:2, 1:3, 1:4, 1:5 assignments. This count is in addition to the health aides identified in #4 and #10.
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Total number of RNs with special assignment FTEs *
Include RNs working with a limited caseload providing direct services such as medically fragile students  (1:1, 1:2, 1:3, 1:4, 1:5).
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Total number of LPN/ LVNs with special assignment FTEs *
Include LPNs/LVNs working with a limited caseload providing direct services such as medically fragile students (1:1, 1:2, 1:3, 1:4, 1:5).
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Total number of health aides (non-RN, non-LPN/LVN) with special assignment FTEs *
Include health aides (non-RN, non-LPN/LVNs) working with a limited caseload providing direct services such as medically fragile students (1:1, 1:2, 1:3, 1:4, 1:5).
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Total number of RN FTEs providing administrative or supervisory school health services *
RNs providing management/clinical supervision to RNs, LPNs/LVNs, or other health extenders, or conducting other administrative health services, e.g. case management.
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Total number of the RN FTEs providing administrative or supervisory school health services held by LSN *
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Total number of LPN FTEs providing administrative or supervisory school health services *
LPNs/LVNs providing management/clinical supervision to LPNs/LVNs, or other health extenders, or conducting other administrative health services.
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Total number of assistant FTEs providing administrative or supervisory school health services to RN or LPN *
Assistants providing administrative support services to RNs or LPNs/LVNs, e.g. clerical assistance.
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