• Happy National School Nurse Day!

    Today we honor our nurses at Seneca Valley who make a difference in the lives of children every day.

    School nurses lead the way in supporting health and ensuring that students are healthy, safe and ready to learn. Thank you to all of our school nurses who give their care and kindness to others at SV.

    We appreciate all that you do!

    See below for “Personal Reflections” from SV’s nursing staff where you’ll discover an inside look into the lives of our nurses.

     

  • Anita Duffy - Seneca Valley Intermediate High School: “My heart belongs in Italy. Some of my favorite things include my grandkids, sunshine and summer picnics.”

    A. Duffy

  • Whitney Corrigan – Connoquenessing Valley Elementary School: “I’ve worked in the district for six years. For three years I was a float nurse at SV, and I have been at CVE for three years. Prior to working as a school nurse, I was a Pediatric Oncology nurse in Maryland for 10 years and then spent a decade as an Adult Oncology nurse in Pittsburgh.

    I’ve been married to my husband Mike for 24 years. Our daughter will be graduating from Bloomsburg University this month, our son graduated from Seneca in 2020 and our youngest son will be graduating from SV in the next few weeks.

    My favorite activities are hiking, biking and cross-stitching.”

    WC

  • Corrin DoVidio - Rowan Elementary School: “Prior to joining the SVSD team, I worked at Magee Women’s Hospital of UPMC. In 2018, I married my husband, Jake.  Since then, we have welcomed our two greatest joys into the world, our three-year-old son and one-year-old daughter. We also have two beloved furry babies (Boxer dogs), Penny and Ziva.  Our lives are beautifully chaotic with all those little feet running around, but when I get free time, I enjoy spending it outdoors and crafting.” 

    CD

  • Suzy Duer – Ryan Gloyer Middle School: “I am one of 55 first cousins on my dad’s side of the family.  Out of all the cousins, the only ones to have twins are me and my sister.  Both of us had boy/girl twins, six years apart.  Her twins were born first in the family and my twins were born last.  Her twins’ birthday is June 13 and my twins’ birthday is June 14.  We celebrate their birthdays every year with ‘Twinapalooza’.”

    SDuer

  • Jill Schulz – Seneca Valley High School: “My grandchildren are more than just my grandchildren – They’re the greatest two blessings in my life!” 

    JS

  • Debbie Stocklas - Haine Elementary & Middle School: “I enjoy spending time with my family, gardening and working in my flower beds.  I love feeding the birds and sitting on my back porch while watching the birds and squirrels eat.”  

    DS

  • Lynne Rodrigues - Haine Elementary & Middle School: “I have four children who are Seneca Valley graduates. In my free time I enjoy cooking, baking and my husband and I like going to the symphony. I also enjoy the outdoors and during the summertime I am Managing Director of health services for a summer camp.”

  • Maggie Boulanger – Float Nurse: “I am a proud, busy mom of a 10-year-old boy and a 13-year-old girl. I spend a lot of my free time at sports practices, games and swim meets. I love dogs and have a pug and golden retriever.” 

    MB

  • Elizabeth Williams – Nurse Administrator: “I love spending time with all of my family, but the new role I am enjoying most is being a grandma.”

    L. Williams

  • Linda Starosta – Evans City Elementary & Middle School: “George and I love to dance and teach a ballroom dancing class at the YMCA.”

    L. Starosta