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The Health Services Department, at Executive Education Academy Charter School is composed of Certified School Nurses (CSNs), Supplemental Nurses and Health Paraprofessionals. The CSNs have the primary responsibility for the management of the Health Rooms.

The Supplemental Nurses assist the CSN staff in direct medical care. Since they are licensed nurses (LPNs & RNs) they are able to administer medication and provide other health care needs that require licensed nursing care.

Nurses provide direct services in the form of assessment and treatment, as well as mandated screenings in accordance with Pennsylvania state laws.

If you need to contact one of the Health Room Staff or have a building specific concern please feel free to contact the Executive Health Services at our email.


September 25, 2020

2020-2021 Health Screenings

Allentown, PA – The health and wellness of our students is our top priority. We will be holding
several days worth of health screenings (height/weight, vision, hearing) at the
Screenings will be provided in an open and spacious environment. All CDC
guidelines of face coverings and social distancing will be adhered to. Please watch
for a school messenger with your child’s assigned day to come. Siblings may come
together to make it easier on families.
Thank you for letting us care for your children and follow the state of Pennsylvania
We can’t wait to see their smiling eyes!
If you have any questions please email Nurse Jenna at –

Jenna Schray, RN BSN CSNJenna Schray, RN BSN CSN
Nursing Director
Regina Farrel-Stohr, RN Regina Farrel-Stohr, RN
Registered Nurse
Terry Alpha, LPNTerry Alpha, LPN
Licensed Practical Nurse

E-Health Services Mission Statement 

Executive Education Academy Charter School nurses strive to foster the growth, development and educational achievement of all our students by promoting health and wellness in our safe and supportive environment. A student’s health is directly related to their ability to learn. Supporting student success by providing health care through assessment, intervention, and follow-up care within the school setting is essential. EEACS school nurses address the physical, emotional, mental, and social health needs of students and support their achievement in the learning process. We are dedicated to meeting the health needs of each individual student through collaboration with staff, families, and healthcare professionals. We continue to advocate for our students, families and our school community. Children with unmet health needs have a difficult time engaging in the educational process and the nurses at EEACS want to make sure every student that walks through our doors has the greatest chance at success.

(NASN, 2018)