Nurse's News

Welcome to the Tiger Clinic!

My role in your child's education as a school nurse is to support their learning. This is accomplished by implementing strategies that promote student and staff health. Please help me by filling out a health treatment plan or medication forms if your child has a chronic illness or requires medical attention during the school day. My door is always open to discuss any health concerns you may have. For any questions feel free to contact me at 703-445-0258 or DeliraV@PWCS.EDU

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Mrs. Valery Delira BSN, RN
Triangle Elementary School Nurse



Services provided by School Nurses

  • Health Services--Assesses health and development and provides nursing interventions.
  • Health Education--Provides health education to students, staff and parents.
  • Healthy Environment--Identifies health and safety concerns in the school environment.
  • Nutritional Services--Supports healthy food services programs.
  • Physical Education/Activity--Promotes health and physical education which promotes healthy behaviors.
  • Counseling/Mental Health--Assesses needs, provides interventions and refers students to appropriate staff or community agencies.
  • Parent/Community Involvement--Promotes community involvement in assuring a healthy school.
  • Staff Wellness--Provides wellness programs to school staff.

Reporting Student Absences

All student absences must be reported any time before 9:30 am the day of the absence.
You may email or
call the office at (703) 221-4114.

Please leave the following information:

  1. Students name
  2. Teachers name
  3. Reason for absence
  4. Inform us if your child has symptoms of typically contagious illnesses, doctor-confirmed communicable diseases and/or head lice.


Head Lice Procedures

PWCS Regulation753-2 Requirements and Procedures for the Control of Head Lice has been changed.

PWCS Health Regulations

Please become familiar with some common Prince William County Regulations that govern a lot of our clinic practices:
- Asthma/Asthma Action Plan Regulation 757-5
- Allergy/Allergy action Plan Regulation 757-2
- Cancer Regulation 753-7
- Diabetes forms/Treatment plans Regulation 757-6
- Illness or Injury Exclusion Criteria Regulation 758-1
- Immunization Requirements Regulation 755-1
- Seizure Regulation 757-7
- Emergency Treatment form Regulation 757-3
- Medication administration form Regulation 757-4

Medication in School

If your child needs to take medication at school, you must first fill out the appropriate medication permission form, per PWCS regulation 757-4 Attachment 1.

Parents or guardians need to bring the medication to school, do not send it in with your child. Students are not allowed to carry medications in school for safety reasons.

Please be sure to remove any medications you place in your child's back pack if the backpack is used to transport medication after school and on the weekends.

Medication found in backpacks or in the students possession on school property is in violation of PWCS policies and may result in disciplinary actions. Exceptions to this rule is an Inhaler or Epipen if the doctor has signed a Treatment plan stating the student may carry the medication.