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Meg Hendy

School Health Nurse

Bluffton Exempted Village Schools

HQ Phone:  (419) 358-7941

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Bluffton Exempted Village Schools

102 S. Jackson St.

Bluffton, Ohio,45817

United States

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But not enough students took that opportunity, Bluffton Middle School nurse Meg Hendy has said.


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Meg Hendy, a nurse at Okatie Elementary School, and Adea Humphries, a nurse at Shell Point Elementary School, said the conference emphasized that students learn better when they're walking around.


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Okatie Elementary School


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Photo: Okatie Elementary School Nurse Meg Hendy assists Hunter Burnsed, 7, with taking his medication Tuesday afternoon.


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But Meg Hendy, a nurse at Okatie Elementary School, said she doesn't like the law. The school now can allow students to carry their medication if it's absolutely necessary.The new law could open the door to more students doing so, and that could be dangerous.For example, Hendy said, an elementary school child easily could forget an inhaler on the playground and another student could pick it up and try it.Some middle school students use inhalers as a recreational drug, she said.


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