Mrs. Kovalsky - School Nurse


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    Practicing mindfulness can improve emotional and physical well-being. Mindfulness can:

    • Help relieve stress
    • Improve sleep
    • Lower blood pressure
    • Reduce chronic pain

    Here is an activity you can do with your child to increase mindfulness.

    Body Scan (Body awareness)

    This activity will help your child focus on the present and increase their awareness of their body. It's a great activity to do together (Best for children 5 yrs and older)

    1. Get comfortable. Sit in a straight-backed chair or lie down comfortably on the floor.
    2. Breathe in through your nose, allowing the air into your lower belly. Let your belly expand fully with the breath.
    3. Now bring your attention to the sensations in your body. Notice subtle body sensations such as an itch or tingling - and then let them pass.
    4. Now focus on sensations in each section of your body in succession. Start at the top of your head and slowly work your way down to your toes. As you scan each area of your body, notice the sensations - and then, once again -- let them pass.
    5. After you have scanned your body from head to toes, take three deep belly breaths to end the practice. 



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    Screen Time


    Read this interesting article and take the quiz to see how excessive screen time may be impacting your child.

    Psychology Today Article





    Scoliosis screenings will be conducted on all students in the 5th and 7th grades. If your child has had a pre-participation physical for archery, they will not need additional screening. If you have any questions, please contact me!


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    A large part of my school nurse responsibilities here at Harmony is to
    promote the health of school children through partnerships with the children,
    their families, school staff, community organizations, and allied professionals. 
    Health is the expression of physical, psychological, spiritual, and social well-being.
    When these components are in balance, optimal success can be achieved and learning is enhanced.
     If you ever have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact me at
    908-859-1001 ext 190.