Robin Bergeron-Nolan has been the director of school health services since 2005
Contact: Laurie Hogan (336) 370-8307
Created: 11/12/2009 8:55:34 AM
Robin Bergeron-Nolan, the director of school health services for
Guilford County Schools (GCS), will receive the Distinguished Friend of
Health Award from the N.C. Alliance for Athletics, Health, Physical
Education, Recreation and Dance (NCAAHPERD). She is being recognized
for her dedication to the field of health and her hard work, which has
been of the highest caliber according to NCAAHPERD.
Distinguished Friend of Health Education Award is given annually by
NCAAHPERD to individuals who have made a significant impact in the
field of health education in North Carolina. The organization will
recognize Bergeron-Nolan today at an awards luncheon during its annual
conference at Benton Convention Center in Winston-Salem.
became the director of health services in 2005 after serving GCS for
many years. In this role, she is the district liaison for school
nurses, and she supervises the Health Resource Teacher program.
Throughout the past years, she has been instrumental in working with
the Guilford County Department of Public Health to make sure students
have received required immunizations like the Tdap vaccine. Recently,
she has been a leader in the district's efforts to prevent the spread
of H1N1 in schools.
Bergeron-Nolan began her
career as a junior high science teacher. Since that time, she has
served GCS as supervisor for substance abuse, as a curriculum
specialist for health and physical education and as a curriculum
specialist for arts education and foreign language. Bergeron-Nolan
holds degrees and certifications in school health, biology and
curriculum supervision. She was named GCS Administrator of the Year in
1999 and District V Administrator of the Year in 2000.
is very fortunate to have Robin serving as the director of school
health services, and this honor is befitting of the excellent work she
does and her dedication to making sure our students learn in a healthy
environment," said Gwen Willis, interim chief student services officer.