Amber Samuels, RN, BSN, NCSN
I was born in Boone, NC and grew up in Statesville, NC. I graduated from West Iredell High School in 2001. After high school, I went to the University of North Carolina at Charlotte where I earned my Bachelor of Science degree in nursing. From there I worked as a Neonatal Intensive Care nurse and then at a pediatric office as their nursing supervisor. I started school nursing in August 2011 and earned my school nurse certification in July 2012. I actively serve Cooleemee Elementary School and South Davie Middle School as their school nurse. I have always wanted to be a school nurse and love being a school nurse in Davie County. I enjoy the interaction with the children and I hope I make a difference in their day when they are injured or not feeling well or maybe just need a little TLC.
The most important people in my life are my family. I am married to an amazing husband and we have a son, Austin. I am also very close to my mom, dad, and brother. They have all taught me a lot about life and shaped me into the person I am. My faith is also very important to me. God has blessed me in many ways and I believe my purpose in life is to serve Him by serving others.
Sabrina Hennelly, RN, BSN, NCSN.
I have worked with Davie County Schools since January, 1999. I have been a school nurse at Cooleemee Elementary, South Davie Middle School, William R Davie, William Ellis Middle School, Pinebrook Elementary and now, Mocksville Elementary.
Before coming to Davie County Schools, I worked as an Occupational Health Nurse. I have also worked in the GI lab, Recovery Room, ER, Outpatient Surgery and Neurology at Carolinas Medical Center, Gaston Memorial and Davie County Hospital. I received my BSN at East Carolina University and my National Certification in School Nursing in December, 2002.
I am at South Davie Middle School on Mondays, and Mocksville Elementary Tuesday through Friday. Please feel free to call, stop by or email any questions or concerns.
• Promote a healthy environment.
• Identify and correct health problems which are a deterrent to learning.
•Educate to prevent and support policies to control the spread of infectious diseases.
•Provide health education/services for students and school personnel.
•Promote the eight components of a comprehensive school health program.