• School nursing protects and promotes student health, facilitates normal development, and advances academic success. School nurses, grounded in ethical and evidence-based practice, are the leaders that bridge health care and education, provide care coordination, advocate for quality student-centered care, and collaborate to design systems that allow individuals and communities to develop their full potential.


    Please keep Nurse Quinn informed of any major changes regarding your child’s health.

    Email her at qcampbell@chccs.k12.nc.us



    For more information on NC Immunizations & Health Assessments click here



    If your child has a chronic health condition (asthma, seizures, diabetes, food allergy, etc.), please fill out the appropriate Health Plan form/s listed below. 


    Per CHCCS policy, all Health and Emergency Actions Plans need to be updated each school year.  If you have completed a form this school year, you do not need to take any further action. If you have not completed a form for this school year, please complete the appropriate form. Make sure the forms are signed by your medical provider and then send the form/s to Nurse Quinn at qcampbell@chccs.k12.nc.us


    Additional nurse information for each chronic medical condition can be found here




    Mask compliance is recommended at school, both inside and outside.


    COVID-19 Precautions & Procedures

    (summarized from the CHCCS Guidelines)
    If a student, staff, or faculty member has any COVID-like symptoms, they should stay home and take a home Covid test or go to a health care provider for a test. 


    Positive COVID results
    Please report any positive COVID-19 results (rapid/antigen or PCR), including a copy of your test results, to Nurse Quinn at qcampbell@chccs.k12.nc.us 


    You will need to maintain full mask compliance for a minimum of ten (10) days from the date your symptoms began.


    You must isolate a minimum of five (5) days from the date your symptoms began. During that time, you may not attend school, after school activities, or athletic events. 

    For example, if your symptoms began February 1, then February 1 is day zero; February 2 is day one, February 6 is day five and your first possible return to school would be February 7. If you have any questions regarding your isolation period, email Nurse Quinn at qcampbell@chccs.k12.nc.us with the date your symptoms began and a copy of your test results.

    Prior to returning to the school building, after-school activities, and athletic events:

    • you must have no fever for the previous 24 hours (without fever-reducing medication/s); 

    • your symptoms must be improving and you're feeling well enough to attend school all day; and 

    • no vomiting or diarrhea for the previous 24 hours (without medication). 

    Upon your return to school, please remember to wear a mask for the following five (5) days. 



Phone: (919) 969-2482 Ext. 27008


Degrees and Certifications:

* MBA, University of Mississippi * BBA, University of Mississippi * B.S. in Nursing, UNC-Chapel Hill * National Board Certified, School Nurse

Quinn Campbell, RN, BSN, NCSN