Nurse's Corner

  • Special School District nurses are here to support the health and wellbeing of your child. School nurses protect and promote student health, facilitate optimal development, and advance academic success.

    Every Friday the South Tech Wellness committee hosts "Fun Fruit Friday." Staff & students can pay $.25 cents to buy a piece of fresh fruit, cheesestick or yogurt! Look for the cart in the main hallway!

School Nurse

  • Melissa Muldoon Melissa Muldoon
    School Nurse
    314.989.7437
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    Melissa Muldoon joined the South Tech High School team in 2019. She began her career as a pediatric nurse in 1993 and worked for several children’s hospitals before becoming a school nurse in 2013. Ms. Muldoon has a BSN from Rockhurst/Research College of Nursing. In her spare time, Melissa enjoys spending time outdoors with family, enjoying the company of neighbors and reading.

School Nurse Services

  • Special School District nurses are here to support the health and wellbeing of your child. School nurses protect and promote student health, facilitate optimal development, and advance academic success.

    For the health of your child, other students and school staff, it is important to know when your child should stay home due to illness. Students should stay home if they have had any of the following symptoms:

    •  Fever of 100 or higher in the past 24 hours
    •  Undiagnosed rash
    •  Bad cough or difficulty breathing
    •  Vomiting or diarrhea within the past 24 hours
    •  Sore throat, with fever or swollen glands in the neck

    If your child has strep throat or another bacterial infection, he/she should stay home until the antibiotic has been given for at least 24 hours, and your health care provider has given permission for your child to return to school.