Lincoln Middle Wildcat
Lincoln Middle School
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78 Jerry Toth Drive

Shinnston, WV 26431

304-326-7540

Wildcats

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Michele Skaggs BSN, RN, CSN 
Big Elm, Lincoln Middle & Lincoln High 
Harrison County Board of Education











  • New student health screening
  • Health care planning for students with needs
  • Counseling on health related issues
  • Specialized health procedure training and emergency medication training for faculty.
  • Monitors student immunization records
  • Head Lice screening when needed
  • Participates in IEP & 504 meetings when requested


Immunization Requirements for School Entry 
Attention Parents/Guardians of current 6th grade students:  This is to remind you that your 7th grade child will not be able to enter school in the fall unless he/she has proof of Tdap given after the age of 12 and a Meningitis vaccine.  This is a relatively new law and will be strictly enforced when the school year begins.  Thank you for your attention to this important matter.  



For more information about Harrison County School Nurses visit the link below:

http://www.harcoboe.net/page/departments/health-services

Lice Facts


Pediculosis; commonly known as head lice are parasitic insects on humans. Generally head lice infestation is most frequent in children ages 3-10 and their families. Head lice are spread with direct head-to-head contact with an infected person or by sharing personal items such as a hat, hairbrush, comb, wig or towel.  The most common symptom of head lice is itching.  Head lice infestations are usually treated with medicated shampoos or cream rinses. Nit combs can be used to remove lice and nits from the hair. Laundering clothes using high heat can eliminate lice.


  • Head lice attach eggs next to scalp on hair follicles. 
  • Head lice eggs will usually hatch in 8-11 days. Eggs more than 1/4" from scalp have already hatched and are of no concern. 
  • Lice cannot survive long away from their host. Head lice may survive for ten days but three days away from the host will normally kill them. 
  • Heat kills eggs and adults. Clothing washed in 140 degree water for 20 minutes will kill both. 
  • Storage of items for 30 days will ensure that no eggs or lice survive.


Handwashing Facts

  • Wash your hands with soap and rinse with clean warm water:
  • after using the bathroom 
  • after changing a diaper 
  • before and after cooking a meal 


Any student in Harrison County with a special health care need or taking school administered medication will require an individualized health care plan.  This information may be either mailed to the parent from the school nurse or can be printed from the following links.  Please click on the appropriate diagnosis for your student and print off all forms to be hand completed at home and returned to school nurse.

Students with Asthma
School guidelines

Students with Allergies
School guidelines 
Special Dietary Needs

Students with ADD/ADHD
School Guidelines Medication Form

Students with Hypoglycemia
School guidelines

Students with Diabetes
School guidelines

Students with Migraines
School guidelines

Students with Seizures
School guidelines

Lice Information
School guidelines

Medication Information

Medication Administration Form

STD/Pregnancy Prevention Course

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