I want to publicly thank Lisa Rullo for her years of service to Greensburg Salem School District. I had the privilege of attending student meetings with parents where a nurse was needed due to a medical condition and Ms. Rullo was present. Her concern was always the student. She handled those meetings in a professional manner and often, the positive outcomes were the result of the way she handled the meetings.
Rullo was the administrator for special education, maintenance, athletics and nurses. Nursing was a field that was foreign to her, but when there was a student health problem, she listened. She asked questions and was open to suggestions. The problems were solved judiciously and she acted on all referrals almost immediately. She was an email, text or phone call away, anytime day or night. She respected the nurses and would frequently stop by the health room to address problems in person.
Anita L. Leonard
The writer, a registered nurse, is a Greensburg Salem School District health room assistant.
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