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Nurse Carolyn

This is my first year at Carlisle. I am so excited about joining the Coyote family!

I graduated from Midwestern State University in 2013 with my Bachelor's of Science in Nursing. While this is my first year as a school nurse, I have been a pediatric nurse for 10 years. I also obtained my pediatric certification in 2020.  

I am originally from the Wichita Falls, Texas area, but moved to DFW in 2020 with my three children.  We love to stay active in the gym and playing soccer, traveling and exploring new places, and hanging out on the couch watching movies with our dog.

Thank you for trusting me to care for your students!


  • Coyote Clinic Contact:

    Nurse Carolyn

    469-752-0609

    carolyn.neises@pisd.edu

  • Water: Please ensure your student has a water bottle each day. Mild dehydration is the main cause of many headaches and stomachaches seen in the clinic each day.

     

    Snacks: Snacks are not kept in the clinic. Students are permitted and encouraged to bring a snack from home to enjoy during the day. 

     

    Illnesses: RNs cannot diagnose, prescribe, or treat. Students and staff are encouraged to stay 

     

    Clothing: All students should keep a change of clothes in their bag. There is a very limited supply of clothes in the clinic. In the event of an accident, spill, rip, or other clothing malfunctions, students miss out on important instructional time waiting in the clinic for a clean set of clothes. 

     

    Medications: Any prescription or over the counter medication must have a Medication Authorization Request form and turned in to the clinic.  Medications are considered to be any pills, liquids, inhalers, sprays, eye drops, cough drops, or creams/ointments that are expected to relieve symptoms.  Medications must be in the original packaging and not expired. Prescription medications must be clearly labeled by the pharmacy.

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