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Resources and Publications


1:1 Nursing Services for Students with Special Health Care Needs

Administration of Medications in Wisconsin Schools (2022)

Bloodborne Pathogens: Model Exposure Control Plan for Wisconsin Schools (April 2009 Edition)

Delegation in the School Setting (2019)

Nursing Services in Wisconsin Schools (2022)

Meeting Student Health Needs While on Field Trips – Tool Kit for Wisconsin Schools (2019)

Sample International Travel Documents

School Nurse Documentation in Career and College Ready IEPs (2023)


Air Quality/Environmental
Bed Bugs
CLIA Waiver
Dental/Oral Health
First Aid
Head Lice
Health Records
Hearing Screening
Medical Advisors
Medication Administration

Wisconsin Statute 118.07(3) that required each school board and the governing body of each private school and each charter school to provide the parents and guardians of pupils enrolled in grade 6 in the school district or school with the information regarding meningococcal disease was repealed March 2023. Schools are no longer required to send out this information. Schools may still choose to do so to support public health efforts to prevent vaccine preventable diseases.

The following may serve as templates or resources for school districts in providing information to parents:

Opioid and Fentanyl

Opioid Antagonist Specific Resources/Medication Training

Opioid Antagonist Medication Administration Guidance (FAQ)

NCSSLE Lesson from the Field Webinar- Part 1: Knowing the Fact About Fentanyl - View webinar recording and locate multiple resources including federal resources, campaigns, studies and advocacy and curricular information.

NCSSLE Lesson from the Field Webinar- Part 2: Preventing and Addressing Fentanyl Use – View webinar recording and learn about a variety of approaches schools and communities are taking to educate students on the risks of fentanyl.

Drug Enforcement Agency Operation Prevention parent, school and curriculum resources for elementary through high school. The DEA and Discovery Education have created Operation Prevention to provide schools, communities and workplaces of every kind with proactive digital tools to raise awareness about the dangers of substance misuse. this empowering educational initiative is designed to inspire life-changing conversations and equip people from all walks of life with the knowledge and refusal skills they need to succeed.

Identifying Counterfeit Drugs - These science-based resources equip students in grades 9–12 with an understanding of what counterfeit drugs are, how they work, and why they are so harmful to individuals and communities. Engage students in positive steps they can take to manage stress in healthy ways and empower others to be aware of the dangers of counterfeit drugs.

CDC Stop Overdose - Website contains information to educate people who use drugs about the dangers of illicitly manufactured fentanyl, the risks and consequences of mixing drugs, the lifesaving power of naloxone, and the importance of reducing stigma around recovery and treatment options.

Opioid Basics - Information available in English and Spanish.

DHS Signs of an Overdose - Wallet Card

How to Safely Manage Fentanyl Contamination-A Guide for School Staff

Song For Charlie Real Talk About Fake Pills

Drug Enforcement Agency - One Pill Can Kill

Drug Enforcement Agency - Fentanyl Fact Sheet

National Overdose Prevention Network - Free NARCAN Nasal Spray for Eligible Schools

Department of Health Services - Dose of Reality: Opioids in Wisconsin

Department of Health Services - Where can you get Narcan®

Beaverton School District Fake & Fatal Fentanyl Education Curriculum 

NASN Naloxone Education Toolkit (revised 2023)

Fentanyl and Opioids: Preventing Overdoses and Related Emergencies at K-12 and Higher Education Campuses

Organizational Resources
Procedures and Protocols
School Nurse Licensure and Certification
School Nursing Handbook
Ticks and Vectorborne Diseases
Tuberculosis (TB) Screening for School Employees
Vision Resources

For questions about this information, contact Louise Wilson (608) 266-8857