Health Office

    Mrs. Rebecca Fuller is a Master’s prepared Nurse Practitioner, as well as a Registered Nurse.  She has 19 years of nursing experience, most of it caring for acutely and chronically critically ill patients in acute care units in the hospital.  She trained at Columbia University and Mt. Sinai School of Medicine in New York City. 

    Rebecca is the mother of three LCPS students and a resident of Waterford, VA.  She was also the founding board president of LCPS’s Hillsboro Charter Academy.  In her spare time, she is the Artistic Director of a local community theatre and is passionate about developing opportunities for young people in the areas of theatre and music. 

    School Nurse
     7:30 AM -3:30 PM

    If your child has any significant medical needs, please notify Mrs. Fuller, even if the school has been notified in previous years. If your child has Asthma, Diabetes, Seizures, Life-Threatening Allergies, or other medical conditions, you and the physician need to complete a form so that the school will be able to address your child’s needs.  These forms are available on the Cool Spring Website in the Information drop down menu under Health Office or on the Loudoun County Public Schools website in the For Parents drop-down menu under Medication at School.

    On the Cool Spring page you may also find Loudoun County Policy for over-the-counter medications, sick child guidelines, and immunization requirements.  Be sure to keep the “Emergency Information” updated so we can reach you if your child is ill or injured.  For the HCS to give acetaminophen to your child, you must have completed the section on the emergency card that gives permission and sign it.  Mrs. Fuller will be contacting parents before administering acetaminophen to approve treatment and make sure the student has not been treated at home. 

    Rapid REVIVE!

    Loudoun County offers a shortened format of the training, called Rapid REVIVE! This version allows individuals to complete the training in six minutes. After watching a short video and then providing their contact information, participants receive free naloxone nasal spray. This version is available anytime. No registration is required. To start the training: