Our Nurses

856-931-7807  ext. 6058
Attendance - ext. 1113 
Mary Bray Elementary School
225 W. Kings Highway
Mt. Ephraim, NJ  08059

856-931-7807  ext. 6063
Attendance - ext. 2106
R.W. Kershaw Middle School
125 Back Horse Pike
Mt. Ephraim, NJ  08059


Please make sure your child's immunizations are up to date. 

If you get a notice from the school nurse that a particular immunization is needed, please contact your physician as soon as possible and make arrangements to get the necessary immunization.



Students entering Mt. Ephraim schools for the first time must have a physical completed by their physician. Physical forms are given during registration.

The New Jersey Department of Health Services Guidelines recommend that students have physical examinations at least once during each of the student's developmental stages.  Therefore, we ask that all students entering grades K, 4, and 7 have physicals completed by their physicians.

Nurse's Announcements

  • Novel Coronavirus information Attached below is a link to the NJ Dept. of Health regarding up to date information regarding the novel coronavirus.  https://www.nj.gov/health/cd/topics/ncov.shtml
    Posted Jan 30, 2020, 8:46 AM by Paul Pirolli
  • Lyme Disease Awareness Month Mrs. Keane and Mrs. Heckers would like to remind everyone that the month of May is Lyme Disease Awareness month. The following video provides Tick Borne Disease prevention information. 
    Posted May 10, 2018, 8:57 AM by kmartin@mtephraimschools.com
  • Flu Basics
    Posted Jan 29, 2018, 7:28 AM by kmartin@mtephraimschools.com
  • Epi Pen Recall FDA alerts consumers of  nationwide voluntary recall of EpiPen and EpiPen Jr.   Go to www.fda.gov for more information. 
    Posted May 1, 2017, 6:37 AM by kgallagher@mtephraimschools.com
  • Inhaler Recall GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) issued a voluntary Class II recall on April 4, 2017 for three lots of Ventolin® HFA 200D Inhalers from U.S. hospitals, pharmacies, retailers and wholesalers as a ...
    Posted May 1, 2017, 6:37 AM by kgallagher@mtephraimschools.com
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  • If child has to take medication during school day, the parent, guardian or adult designee must bring in the medication in the original container with the student’s name on it. 
  • As per Mount Ephraim School Board policy 5310 students are not permitted to carry any medications with them in school. This pertains to prescription medications as well as over the counter medications such as cough drops, Tylenol, and Motrin just to name a few. 
  • The parent or guardian must fill out the medication release forms available from the school nurse, and bring in a doctor’s note stating the name of the medication, dosage, and time the medication is to be given. 
  • All medications will be kept in the nurse’s office and administered to the student by the school nurse or an approved delegate in emergency situations. 
  • If a parent/guardian feels that his/her child needs a one time dose of a medication, the parent/guardian is permitted to bring in the medication and administer it to the child with notification given to the school nurse in advance.