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Nurse Contacts by Site

2020-2021 subject to change (rev 8/24/20)
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*These sites currently do not have an assigned school nurse. The nurse listed is a temporary point of contact.

School Nurse Point of Contact by Site
School Site Nurse Email Phone
American High School* Erika Dao (510) 556-6890
Ardenwood Elementary Bagya Arunkumar (510) 358-1511
Azevada Elementary* (M-Th) Deborah Weir (510) 304-5323
(F) Monica Miller (510) 358-0715
Blacow Elementary (M-Th) Deborah Weir (510) 304-5323
(F) Monica Miller (510) 358-0715
Brier Elementary Erika Dao (510) 556-6890
Brookvale Elementary Erika Dao (510) 556-6890
Cabrillo Elementary Kari Schrank (510) 358-9851
Centerville Jr. High Erika Dao (510) 556-6890
Chadbourne Elementary Andrew Nguyen (510) 364-5684
Circle of Independent Learning (M, Tu, F) Alanna Lee (510) 386-8435
Durham Elementary* Ashley Greer (510) 358-0269
Forest Park Elementary Bagya Arunkumar (510) 358-1511
Fremont Adult & Cont. Ed Ran Li (510) 386-7052
Glankler Early Learning Ctr* Ran Li (510) 386-7052
Glenmoor Elementary (M-Th) Deborah Weir (510) 304-5323
(F) Monica Miller (510) 358-0715
Gomes Elementary Tanya Escobar (510) 304-8215
Green Elementary* Tanya Escobar (510) 304-8215
Grimmer Elementary Mae Higa (510) 298-8564
Hirsch Elementary Mae Higa (510) 298-8564
Hopkins Jr. High Marcia Foley (510) 364-3746
Horner Middle School Robin Tsoi (510) 449-4962
Irvington High School Andrew Nguyen (510) 364-5684
Kennedy High School

(M-Th) Deborah Weir (510) 304-5323
(F) Monica Miller (510) 358-0715
Leitch Elementary Tanya Escobar (510) 304-8215
Maloney Elementary

(M, Tu, F) Alanna Lee (510) 386-8435

(W, Th) Kari Schrank (510) 358-9851
Mattos Elementary Andrew Nguyen (510) 364-5684
Millard Elementary* Kari Schrank (510) 358-9851
Mission San Jose Elementary Ashley Greer (510) 358-0269
Mission San Jose High School Marcia Foley (510) 364-3746
Mission Valley Elementary Marcia Foley (510) 364-3746
Niles Elemenatry Bagya Arunkumar (510) 358-1511
Oliveira Elemenatary

(M, Tu, F) Alanna Lee (510) 386-8435
(W, Th) Robin Tsoi (510) 449-4962
Parkmont Elementary Robin Tsoi (510) 449-4962
Patterson Elementary Kari Schrank (510) 358-9851
Robertson High School* Robin Tsoi (510) 449-4962
Thornton Jr. High Kari Schrank (510) 358-9851
Vallejo Mill Elementary Bagya Arunkumar (510) 358-1511
Vista Alternative* Robin Tsoi (510) 449-4962
Walters Middle School Ashley Greer (510) 358-0269
Warm Springs Elementary Robin Tsoi (510) 449-4962
Warwick Elementary Ashley Greer (510) 358-0269
Washington High School Mae Higa (510) 298-8564
Weibel Elementary Tanya Escobar (510) 304-8215
DO/SSS – Health Services
Monica Miller (510) 358-0715


If unable to reach nurse point of contact, please contact Health Services Coordinator with urgent matters

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Who is a school nurse?

The primary role of the school nurse is to support Student learning. The nurse accomplishes this by implementing strategies that promote student and staff health and safety. As the health services expert, the school nurse serves as the health professional for the school community. Some of the services provided include: health assessments and participation in development of Individualized Education Plan for students with special needs; pediatric nursing procedures; screening for health factors impacting student learning, activities to promote health, chronic disease management and education, administering of medications, crisis team participation, recommending guidelines for school district health policies; and serving as a health care provider liaison between the school and the community.

All school nurses have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree and a School Nurse Certificate. The school nurse works independently in the school setting to provide health care and education primarily to students and possess strong skills in critical thinking, decision-making, communication, individual and classroom education, and child advocacy.

School Nurses contribute to their local communities by helping the students stay healthy, in school, and ready to learn, and keeping parents and families at work.