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Early Care in Education in Public School Settings - Considering the Role of the School Nurse

  • 26 Feb 2020
  • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM (EST)
  • Inn at Middletown, 70 Main St, Middletown, CT 06457
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Pre-K -Early Care and Education in School Settings:

Considering the role of the school nurse

Inn at Middletown
Wesleyan Room (2nd floor)
70 Main St
Middletown, CT 06457

February 26, 2020 
9 am - 4:00 pm


Nurses are strongly encouraged to attend with the Director of the Early Care and Education program in their school. Learning together deepens the understanding of each other's expertise and allows a common platform for future collaboration!

*Discounts available for teams of 2 or more*


During this streamlined event we will explore the role of the school nurse with district run pre-k, early care and education programs. Through an exploration of the early childhood period, and the goals of early care and education, the nurse will examine her role in supporting health and safety of the young child. The nurses will gain specific knowledge about best practices, areas of focus, resources and strategies to support programs.  The nurse will gain knowledge and strengthen her ability to promote best practices to support the health and safety of children within early childhood settings.

Participants must attend all day conference, complete all assignments and evaluation form in order to receive a certificate of completion.

Who should attend this event:

  • School Nurse Supervisors
  • School Nurses responsible for pre-K programs
  • Pre K Program Directors working in a school district
  • Education managers of PreK programs in a school district

Participants will :

  • Learning Outcomes

      • Explore early care and education environments to understand the balance between learning and health and safety
      • Describe the differences between health and safety needs of young children and school age children
      • Identify strategies to support health and safety needs of young children
      • Identify community resources to support children, families and staff in the early care and education environment

4.75 continuing nursing education contact hours will be awarded to participants

Included: Morning Coffee/Tea
& and  afternoon lunch

Please plan on arriving early for parking

  1. Valet parking which is $10.00/day per car.
  2. There is metered parking that is directly in front of the hotel. The meters are $1/hour
  3. Free parking lot that is located behind the Metro Movie Theater. This free parking lot is located right off of Dekoven Dr and Martin Luther King Jr Way by the exit ramp on Route 9. DO NOT park in front of the Metro movie theater, only behind.

Parking map:


Connecticut Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s

Commission on Accreditation