I am Leslie Echeverria, school nurse for Bryan Middle School. I received my ADN from the Metro Community College nursing program in 2015 and my BSN from UNMC college of nursing in 2017.  This is my 2nd year at Bryan Middle School.  Before being a school nurse, I worked at One World Community Health Centers and Hillcrest Health Services. I have nursing experience in family practice, women’s health, and pediatrics.

I was encouraged to become a nurse at the age of 11 after one of my great aunts died of colon cancer. My mission as a school nurse is to be proactive in issues that affect the health of children to promote optimal learning in the educational setting. 

If you have any questions about your student’s health can you can call me at 531-299-2301.  Hablo español.


Immunizations required for all middle school students:

* 3 doses of DTaP, DTP, DT, Td vaccine, one given on or after the 4th Birthday.
* 3 Doses of Polio vaccine.
* 3 doses of pediatric Hepatitis B vaccine or 2 doses of adolescent vaccine if student is 11-15 years of age.
* 2 doses of MMR or MMRV vaccine, given on or after 12 months of age and separated by at least one month.
* 2 doses of varicella (chickenpox) or MMRV given on or after 12 months of age. Written documentation (including year) he/she had chickenpox disease from parent, guardian, or health care provider will be accepted. If the student has had chickenpox disease, they do not need any varicella shots.
* 1 dose of Tdap (must contain Pertussis booster)-this dose can be received any time after 10-11 years of age.
All 7th graders & out of state transfer students require a Medical physical completed and signed by a Physician.
(Such physicals dated after 3/15 of the current year will provide eligibility for after school sports participation. No other sports physical is required. Out-of-state students also require a vision exam.)
8th grade after school sports activities require a Sports physical completed and signed by a Physician that is dated after March 15 of the current year.
Medications for school use require an up-to-date Physician order and parent permission slip each school year. No medications are allowed in school without the proper authorization/paperwork (not even cough drops or other over the counter medications).
Medical paperwork of the above listed items is required to be on file with the school nurse. Please provide paperwork to the school nurse and make additional copies to keep for your own records.


Mrs. Echeverria

School Nurse


Phone 531-299-2301

Fax 531-299-2318