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    Nurse Hollier's Web Page 

    I am so excited about being the new school nurse at Woodcrest this year! It is a privilege for me to be able to care for you precious child/children!  If you have any special needs or concerns that you want to share with me about "our" child, please feel free to call or come by my office for a visit.  Together, we can make this the best year ever for your child.  I look forward to it!
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Class Contacts

  • Hollier, Nurse

    Business:  724-2309
    Email:  chollier@pngisd.org
      Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns.
Mrs. Cassie Hollier



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Mrs. Cassie Hollier

This is my first year to serve as the Nurse at Woodcrest Elementary and I am so excited to be able to care for your precious children! I have been a nurse for the past 7 years and have worked in various settings. And now, I am more than excited to begin this journey of taking care of your pride and joy! Your childrenś safety and health are a priority to me and I cannot wait to get to know each and everyone of them! I appreciate you entrusting me with your most prized possession, and I do not take the responsibility lightly. I will always make it a priority to act in the best interest of your child. I want your children to find my office as a safe place in which I can help soothe, calm, or fix any of their worries and/or needs. When it is all said and done, your children are our next generation--they will shape our futures, so our hope lies within each of those smiling faces and expectant hearts.  The light that burns in each of them must be nurtured so that someday, they will shape our tomorrow!

My Schedule

  • I usually go to lunch from approximately 11:00 through 11:30.  If you call while I am away from my desk, I would appreciate your leaving a thorough message with the:

    • date
    • time
    • your name
    • your phone number
    • your child's name and 
    • your child's teacher's name

Class Announcements

  • Bicycle Safety

    If your child rides a bicycle to school, please read the information in the files provided (in the column to the right named

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  • Emergency Cards

    Emergency cards help us meet the needs of your child. I will need to talk to you when your child is absent, but it is also crucial that I be able to reach you if your child becomes ill or has an accident while at school and might even require emgergency care.

    Also, it is vital that I be provided your child's health history if I am to ensure that he or she always receives the care he or she might …

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  • Vision & Hearing Screening

    I will also be performing tests to identify any areas of concern with our student's vision or hearing. Please click on the link below to the Texas Dept. of State Health Services to review our guidelines for these screening procedures. Parents (or legal guardians) will be contacted and advised of any abnormal screening result.

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  • Routine Lice Check

    As part of my routine procedure each year, every student will be checked for lice in order to ensure that an infestation of lice does not occur on our campus. Toward this purpose, any child will be sent home if they have head lice or nits.

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  • Weighing & Measuring

    Each student at Woodcrest Elementary will be weighed and measured as part of my initial health screening process, as per the guidelines by the Texas Dept. of Health, the Texas Education Agency, and our local School Board.

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  • To avoid spreading germs...

    Please keep your child home if he or she has vomited or had fever within the last twenty-four hours. Sending them back to school too soon often results in additional time lost for your child as well as other students. Thank you for your cooperation.

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  • If your child needs medicine...

    If your child will need to take a prescription medication during school hours, then the appropriate form must be signed by his or her physician, as well as you, the parent, before any medication may be administered. The prescription medicine must be brought to school in its original container, with its prescribing label in tact.

    If your child requires over-the-counter medications, then the …

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  • Anaphylaxis Awareness Campaign

    A recent survey conducted by the National Association of School Nurses (NASN) revealed that 72% of nurses working at schools have students who with a history of allergic reactions (or prior use of epinephrine) whose parents have not provided the school with the medication necessary to treat their child’s potentially severe allergic reaction. Due to the seriousness of this issue, NASN has …

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  • Immunization Records

    Your child must be current (or on schedule) with his or her immunizations to remain at school, so it is imperative that you see to his or her immunization requirements. If you have any questions you may call me or, if you prefer, you may click on the

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  • Let's do our part to stay healthy!

    Practices that we can always do to help stay healthy include:

    * always keep your hands clean -- wash, wash, wash, (germ-X is great!) and, remember, you must wash long enough (think singing Happy Birthday twice...if your singing is really bad, perhaps you could just count?)
    * stay away from sick people
    * don't touch your eyes, nose, and mouth unless absolutely necessary
    * avoid crowds if …

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