Welcome to Health Science II
Hello, I hope this finds all of you and your families safe and well and that you've been able to utilize the handwashing technique we learned and dilution ratios question on that last quiz, the 1:10 bleach solution formula, with your own families!
Below you find the updated syllabus for this course.
I hope you'll find this information helpful. Please e-mail me with any questions you have.
Health Science II
Updated Syllabus March- April 2020
Jean Rillstone firstname.lastname@example.org
Virtual Class Expectations
Classes will begin virtually on Monday, March 30th. All assignments will be posted and completed through Google classroom. This class will explore topics through textbook readings, assigned workbook pages and training videos and quizzes which will all be found on Google Classroom. Most assignments will be completed using Google forms.
Refer to Google Classroom for weekly agendas & assignment directions. Assignments will be due on Thursdays by 2359 (Military time) or 11:59pm. If you have any questions, please e-mail me.
I will be available weekly for virtual office hours on Tuesdays from 2-3pm & Thursdays from 10-11am to respond to e-mails. I will be checking my e-mails daily, Monday-Friday during regular school hours.
March 30-April 3: Patient’s Bill of Rights, Informed Consent and Scope of Practice.
- Health Science textbook Chapter 8 read pgs. 268-272.
- Do Workbook page found on Google classroom due on Thursday, April 2
April 6-April 10: Employment Laws for Healthcare workers.
- Read Health Science textbook Chapter 16 read pgs. 566-574.
- Do Workbook page found on Google classroom due April 9th.
April 13-April 17: Fire, Safety, Disaster and Evacuation Procedures.
- Read Health Science textbook Chapter 16 read pgs. 574-583.
- Watch U-Tube video on Use of a portable fire extinguisher.
- Open-book Quiz due April 16th.
Classroom Policies and Procedures
Grading—Students can log into FOCUS to stay up-to-date on their performance in this class.
- Assessments—Tests/Quizzes, projects--70%
Your success in this class is important to me. If there are circumstances that may affect your performance in this class, please let me know as soon as possible so that we may work together to develop strategies for adapting assignments to meet both your needs and the requirements of the course.v
Degrees and Certifications:
Mrs. Jean Rillstone
I've been a School Health Nurse for the past 14 years. I'm exicted to join Mrs. Streukens this year in co-teaching classroom theory in Health Science II and Health Science III as well as working with students and parents in the school clinic.
I've been an RN since 1979 and hold current Florida licensure. I've been a member of Florida Association of School Health Nurses since 2008.
I earned my BSN in 1979 from St. Mary's College, Notre Dame, IN.
My husband Doug & I have been married since 1979 and we have four adult children. We enjoyed fishing, boating and going to the beach.