Nadine Miller, director of the Mesa Unified School District’s health services and audiology department, was elected president of the School Nurses Organization of Arizona. Her two-year term began Jan. 15.
School Nurses Organization of Arizona supports its members in their role as primary health professionals in the educational community. The association offers professional development, legislative advocacy and communication services.
“School nurses play a pivotal part in student achievement,” Miller said. “Their expertise and oversight are essential to the provision of health services, health promotion and health education. I believe that children need to be healthy to be successful in school and that school nurses make a difference.”