• Carolyn Veglia Young, DNP, LSN, NCSN

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  • The students know me as Dr. Veglia.

    I have been a nurse for over 20 years and a school nurse since 2016.  I have cared for children and families in primary care clinics, in the emergency room and now in the school setting.  I been lucky to be the School Nurse at Capitol Hill School since 2016.

    I am passionate about keeping kids healthy and love working with children and their families. As a school nurse, I am dedicated to protect the health and safety of students and enhance the educational process by addressing health related barriers to learning.

    Education:  University of Pennsylvania: Bachelors of Science in Nursing & Master of Science in Nursing.  University of Minnesota: Doctorate of Nursing Practice

    Certifications:  Nationally Certified School Nurse.  Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner.  

    I am originally from Massachusetts, but have lived in Minnesota since 2000.  I live in Minneapolis with my three children, husband, dog and cat.  In my free time I enjoy spending time with family and friends, traveling, walking in nature, reading and baking. 

     


  • Schedule

    Capitol Hill School   

    Monday - Friday 930am - 400pm 

     

    Contact information 

    Office 651-888-7609

    Distance Learning phone 612-548-1449

    Email carolyn.vegliayoung@spps.org

    Fax 651-325-2785

     

    Google Meet Health Office Hours

    Meeting Code: drveglia

    Monday 10 am - 12 pm

    Thursday 1 pm - 3 pm

    Also, by appointment:

    Monday, Wednesdays and Thursdays.


  • The Licensed School Nurse

    • Promotes student health and wellness.

    • Enhances students' ability to learn. 

    • Manages school related health care for students

    • Develops plans for student health conditions

    • Provides emergency care for illnesses and injuries

    • Teaches students skills to manage their health

    • Refers student health concerns to clinics/physicians

    • Assists families to identify health resources

    • Works with local and state health officials around community health issues