Our focus in the health room includes maintaining a healthy learning environment, teaching independent health habits, and supporting the psychological and physical well being of our students, families, and staff.
We provide the following services:
- Basic vision and hearing screenings
- Immunization and disease monitoring
- Injury and illness care during school
- Administering medication
- Health education
- Resources and referrals
- and more!
RN, School Nurse
My name is Carol Ward and I am pleased to be the Registered Nurse at Inglemoor.
I have been working as a School Nurse in the Northshore School District since 2008, spending the first five years at Sunrise and Hollywood Hill Elementary Schools. Prior to School Nursing, I spent 16 years working in hospitals and acute care settings including outpatient pediatrics, allergy/asthma/immunology, neonatal and adult intensive care.
As the health advocate for our Viking community, I can best serve your children if I am informed of changes in their health status, including new or resolved medical or mental health diagnosis, medication changes and immunization updates. Please promptly communicate questions or concerns by your preferred method of contact below.
Be careful out there! GO VIKINGS!
RN, School Nurse
My name is Masumi (ma-sue-me) Rinaldi. I am a registered nurse working at Northshore School District (NSD) since 2007. As of October of 2020, I have been working as a school nurse at Inglemoor High School. I work along with nurse Carol in the health room to support our IHS students and community. My prior assignment was as a one to one nurse supporting an NSD student from preschool through high school. I loved working closely with the classroom teacher and the students, many of whom I’ve gotten to know very well.
My first Registered Nursing license I earned was in Japan. I have been working in the US as an RN since 1993. I have worked in adult medical-surgical and transitional care units, hospice care in Japan and the USA prior to NSD.
I am a member of National Associate of School Nurse and trained as a school nurse including, school emergency, mental health first aid and suicide prevention.
I believe in providing a safe environment to students. This includes not just their physical safety, but also their mental and emotional well-being. I believe, this is an essential component for the students to achieve their highest possible performance at school.
I am a wife and a mother of two sons, who went through NSD schools K-12. In fact, one of my sons graduated from Inglemoor HS!
In my free time, I enjoy outdoor activities gardening, hiking, and traveling. I enjoy sports too. I am 5’3” who played high school basketball in Japan as a center!