Oct 4th at 2pm:
October 20th at 11am:
October 26th 1130am-6pm:
October 27th at 11am:
November 3rd at 11am:
The Northborough and Southborough Health Departments are hosting bivalent COVID-19 booster clinics and Flu vaccine clinics this fall. Please find information about the clinics and registration for the clinics here .
COVID-19 Vaccine Information for Children:
We Can Do This- vaccine/booster schedule
Rapid antigen test kits are available at the school, the town libraries, the senior centers, the food pantries, and the town halls.
Depending on your insurance, you can also get 8 free tests a month online, or at a pharmacy or store with no copay.
The Public Schools of Northborough and Southborough are committed to supporting the social, emotional, and academic development and well-being of our students.
We know that rates of anxiety, depression, and social isolation are at record high rates for children and adolescents.
Our school data shows several trends and areas of need.
This webinar series is targeted at providing immediate support to families by addressing the topics of mental health, suicidality, cyber-safety and promoting wellness and building resilience.
Links to webinars, slides and resources are available here
Please let us know if you have any questions or would like to suggest any topics for future presentations by contacting:
Mary Ellen Duggan firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennifer Lipton-O'Connor email@example.com
School nursing is a specialized practice of nursing that protects and promotes student health, facilitates optimal development, and advances academic success. School nurses, grounded in ethical and evidence-based practice, are the leaders who 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. (National Association of School Nurses 2/2017)
The Public Schools of Northborough and Southborough Health Services strive to ensure that all students and staff reach their optimal state of wellness. Our highly qualified nursing staff are available in each school to foster the growth, development and educational acheivement of all students by promoting social, emotional and physical health and wellness. Your child's physical and emotional health and well-being are our top priorities. Please feel free to contact your school nurse at any time with any questions, concerns or health updates.
Health & Wellness Resources
Health & Wellness Staff Directory
- Algonquin Regional High School
- Central Office
- Finn Elementary School
- Lincoln Street School
- Melican Middle School
- Neary Elementary School
- Peaslee Elementary School
- Proctor Elementary School
- Trottier Middle School
- Woodward Elementary School
- Zeh Elementary School
- Heather Allen BSN,RN
- Erika Almquist FNP-BC
- Edie Bamberger RN
- Sue Berger BSN,RN,NCSN
- Meghan Fiore MSN,BSN,RN,CPNP
- Tricia Frutman BSN,RN
- Diane Gage MEd,BSN,RN
- Bridget Garland RN
- Kelly Kiley MSN,RN
- Courtney Lamb
- Debra Parsons MSN,RN,NCSN
- Lorrie Perkins MSN,RN
- Mary Rogers BSN,RN
- Kathy Rozelsky