Wyoming County Career and Technical Center Practical Nursing Program Student Policies 1
Staff and Administration Wyoming County Career and Technical Center Practical Nursing Program Kimberly Sibo-Runion Principal/Director Luke Stevens Assistant Principal Ruth Shrewsbury, R.N.,B.S.N. Coordinator /Instructor Kandi Toler,R.N. Instructor Reta Morgan Secretary/Student Service Advisor Wyoming County Board of Education Members Michael R. Prichard President Allan R. Stiltner Vice President Morgan K. “Mike” Davis Member Dr. Douglas E. Lester Member Richard A. Walker Member Superintendent of Wyoming County Schools Deirdre Cline Assistant Superintendent of Wyoming County Schools Robin Hall and Rebecca Cook 2
Table of Contents Staff and Administration.2 Mission Statement.5 Vision Statement.5 Core Beliefs.5 Organizational Chart.6 Welcome.7 Philosophy (Wyoming County).7 Philosophy (Practical Nursing Program) .8 Personnel Information.9 Master Plan.10 Admission Policy.11 Tuition Policy.12 Re-Admission Policy.12 Policy on Advanced Standing.12-13 Transfer Policy.13 Grades and Academic Policies.14 Failure/Dismissal.15 Grounds for Immediate Dismissal.15-16 Grievance Procedure.16-17 Personal Appearance.17-18 Personal Conduct in Hospital.19 Uniforms.19-20 Social Media.20 Personal Habits.20-21 Absence.21-22 Drug Policy.23 3
Meals.23-24 Transportation.24 Pregnancy.24 Cell Phones.25 Illness or Injury of Students.25 Class Days and Hours.25 Fire and Safety Precautions.25 Appearance of the Building.26 Counseling.26 State Board Applications and Fees.26 Practical Nursing Convention.26 Graduation.27 Prayer and Pledge.28 Grievance Form.29 Application Form.30-31 Policy and Procedure Agreement Form.31-33 4
Wyoming County Career and Technical Center Mission Statement Upon the completion of a defined program of study, all students will have the necessary academic and technical skills to be competitive in the 21st century workforce and /or higher education. Vision Statement It is our belief that all students can master skills in their technical program. The result will be students who are focused and better prepared for the 21st century workforce or post-secondary. Core Beliefs 1. Through a combined effort of students, teachers, administrators, and stakeholders, our students will reach their academic potential and be able to compete in the 21st century. 2. A commitment to continuous improvement is imperative if our school is to enable students to become confident, self-directed, and lifelong learners. 3. That students will maximize their potential when given the right tools and motivation. 5
Organizational Chart/School of Practical Nursing L.P.N. COORDINATOR RUTH SHREWSBURY WV STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS FOR LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSING WYOMING COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION PRINCIPAL/DIRECTOR WYOMING COUNTY CAREER AND TECHNICAL CENTER KIMBERLY SIBO-RUNION ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL LUKE STEVENS Advisory Committee PRACTICAL NURSING PROGRAM ORGANIORGANIZZORGANIATION L.P.N. INSTRUCTOR KANDI TOLER WV DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION SECRETARY/STUDENT SERVICES ADVISOR RETA MORGAN LPN STUDENTS 6
Wyoming County Career and Technical Center Practical Nursing Program Welcome to WCCTC The staff and faculty of the Wyoming County Career and Technical Center would like to welcome you to our school. By deciding to become a Licensed Practical Nurse you have chosen a difficult but rewarding profession. You will become an integral part of the health care team whose goal is to care for those who are ill, promote healthy behaviors, care for those in the dying process and assist family members and communities. This handbook includes the rules and regulations for the Practical Nursing Program. Please read the following pages carefully. Enrollment in this school indicates a willingness to abide by and be aware of the policies for this school. Additional legal information and requirements for licensure can be obtained by visiting www.lpnboards.states.wv.us Educational Philosophy for Wyoming County Schools The Wyoming County School System seeks to provide an educational program based upon the needs and characteristics of the learners. We strive to maintain a curriculum flexible enough to provide for such differences and structured enough to ensure that basic levels of competencies are achieved by all students. Emphasis is placed on the mastery of the basic functional skills of computation, reading and written and oral communications. Wyoming County seeks to provide full and productive years of educational experiences in an atmosphere conducive to learning. It is the intent of the Wyoming County School System to present learning experiences which will enable each student to develop those skills which will contribute to his or her becoming a successful citizen. 7
Wyoming County Career and Technical Center Practical Nursing Program Philosophy We believe that nursing is an art and a science, and that the nature of nursing is dynamic and ever changing. We believe that nursing is concerned with the holistic care of the individual and of the uniqueness of man and his environment. The goal of nursing is to promote health and assist the individual in reaching an optimal level of functioning. We believe that practical nurse has a well-defined role, under the direction of the registered nurse, licensed physician and licensed dentist. We believe that the student will achieve clinical competency from the educational process required to meet “Client Needs.” These needs include providing for a safe, effective care environment, health promotion and maintenance, psychosocial integrity and physiological integrity. We believe that clinical experience should provide the student with a multidisciplinary approach to health care and expose them to a variety of health care settings. With exposure, the student should be safe and effective in their performance of care and demonstrate effective utilization of specialized knowledge and skill. We believe that each student should conduct their practice in a professional manner and adhere to the standards of practice set forth by the State Board of Examiners for the Licensed Practical Nurse. We believe that as health care continues to change it is the responsibility of the student and instructor to maintain and enhance knowledge, skills and abilities required for safe and effective job performance that is congruent with the state laws regulations. 8
Wyoming County Career and Technical Center Practical Nursing Program Personnel Information Kimberly Sibo-Runion Principal/Director firstname.lastname@example.org Luke Stevens Assistant Principal email@example.com Ruth Shrewsbury Practical Nursing Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org Kandi Toler Practical Nursing Instructor email@example.com Reta Morgan Secretary/Student Services Advisor firstname.lastname@example.org Wyoming County Career and Technical Center Phone 304-732-8050 Fax 304-732-8332 Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. 9
Master Plan 2020-2021 Practical Nursing July 6, 2020 – June 18, 2021 Principles of Fundamentals Class Hours 96 Clinical Hours 125 July 6,2020 October 31, 2021 Social Science (PVR) Class Hours 132 Clinical Hours 21 July 2020 May 2021 Body Structure (Anatomy) Class Hours 64 Integrated January 4th,2021 March 31, 2021 Nutrition and Diet Therapy Class Hours 42 Integrated July 6, 2020 September 30, 2020 Pharmacology Class Hours 62 Clinical Hours 35 August 3, 2020 June 4, 2021 Obstetrical Nursing Class Hours 28 Clinical Hours 36 November 2, 2020 November 30, 2020 Pediatric Nursing Class Hours 28 Clinical Hours 36 November 2, 2020 November 30, 2020 Psychiatric Nursing Class Hours 38 Clinical Hours 65 April 5, 2021 April 30, 2021 Geriatrics Class Hours 45 Clinical Hours 69 August 3, 2020 August 30, 2020 Medical Surgical Class Hours 145 Clinical Hours 336 January 4, 2021 June 7, 2021 Total Hours 680 723 1403 10
Admission Policy Students are admitted without discrimination regarding creed, ethnic origin, marital status, race, sex or age. Educational requirements- Enrollment is limited to adult students who have a high school diploma or GED equivalent. At the time of scheduled interview, each applicant will be asked to complete the following: 1. Release of information 2. Copy of high school transcript, GED scores 3. Application forms-Application forms are available in the office of the Wyoming County Career and Technical Center. HCR 72, Box 200, Pineville WV 24874. 4. Copy of TEAS Test Results- Recommended 60% or higher overall 5. Drug screen 6. Background check All applicants must take the pre-entrance exam between the months of October and May. This exam may be repeated by the applicant once during a twelve-month period. Students who do not pass the exam may be referred for remedial classes in the subject area in which you did poorly. All applicants meeting the required scores will be considered candidates for the program. The candidates who meet these requirements are the presented to the Advisory Board of the Wyoming County Career and Technical Center School of Practical Nursing. Cost of the test- 80.00 which is payable when you register. Cost of the test is subject to change and is nonrefundable. 11
Health Requirements 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Complete physical examination CBC Serology Urinalysis Proof of the required immunizations: Tetanus-Diphtheria-Polio-MMR-Hepatitis B Chest X-ray or non-reactive PPD Test Dental Exam Drug Screen Tuition Policy Tuition is 90% refundable if withdrawal takes place within the first five (5) class days. Tuition is 75% refundable if withdrawal takes place within six (6) to (10) class days. There will be no refund of tuition after ten (10) days. If a student has reapplied and been readmitted to the program after leaving, the tuition will be based on 75% of the total tuition for that year. A 350.00 nonrefundable deposit is required after acceptance to secure students' seat in our program. Readmission Policy The policy for readmission requires that in order to obtain credit for subjects previously completed, they must apply for re-entry within a one-year period. The student must have also followed the school policy regarding absenteeism. If the above criteria have been met, the applicant must then follow the entire admission process, i.e., the application procedure, physical examination, interview. Upon satisfactory completion of these requirements, the student will receive credit for the previously taken classes passed with an 80% and be required to demonstrate lab techniques applicable. The student may then return at point of exit of the previous year, if space permits. Current tuition and Costs apply. 12
Policy on Advanced Standing In certain exception cases, provisions for advanced standing in the program may be granted. The Program Coordinator and faculty in consultation with the State Board of Examiners for Licensed Practical Nurses will develop proficiency criteria to determine the appropriate placement level. Advance standing would be considered for students under category C-Readmission and those students transferring from other Schools of Nursing. In the cases of transfer from a different Practical Nursing Program, the Coordinator shall contact that school for verification of pre-entrance test scores, course completion, grades, curriculum schedule and absenteeism. The Coordinator shall collaborate with the State Board of Examiners for Practical Nursing's before a decision is made. All the pre-admission and admission requirements must be met. The tuition will be based on the present daily rate of the tuition, the number of class days the student is enrolled, and any other additional hours required for evaluation. Transfer Policy Transfer students will only be considered if opening exists. If more than one year has elapsed since a student withdrew from another program, he or she will not be considered as a transfer student. The student must have left the previous School of Nursing in good standing. If they did not leave in good standing, they will not be admitted to our program. Acceptance of transfer students and evaluation of credits, with a plan of completion, shall be at the discretion of the coordinator of the program and must meet the requirements of the State Board of Licensed Practical Nurses. Section 9:13 in the Manual of Recommendations’ and Requirements. 13
Grades and Academic Policies Each student must maintain passing scores in all areas of classroom and clinical instruction. Students must maintain a final “C” grade (80%) at the end of each unit of study or will be required to withdraw from the program. In addition, the student must maintain an 80% or C in Basic Pharmacology, Basic Mathematics, and the Basic Nutrition Units. Since Pharmacology, Math and Nutrition are integrated throughout the entire year a solid foundation in these areas must be maintained. Therefore, the student must have an 80% in these basic areas. The grading system will be as followed: 94 – 100 A 87 – 93 B 80 – 86 C Below 80 F Evaluation of performance will be conducted throughout the program based on: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Skill performance of competencies Written examinations, scheduled and non-scheduled Self-evaluation Instructor evaluation at the end of each clinical experience with an instructor Evaluation by students of each instructor on both clinical ability and classroom/lecture ability. The clinical evaluations will be done at the time students’ rotation from one instructor to another. Classroom/lecture ability evaluations will be done following each unit in which the instructor has been responsible for the majority of the lecture material. 14
Failure/Dismissal Verbal Warning- May be given at any time regarding classroom and/or clinical performance or attendance. A report of verbal warning indicating the behavior exhibited shall be signed by the instructor and student and placed in the student’s file. This places the student on probation for ten (10) school days. At the end of this period, a written warning will be given unless the student has shown the necessary improvement. Written Warning – This letter will be delivered to the student by the coordinator, or a member of the faculty. Students placed on probation will be informed of all requirements for removal from this status, the time in which all requirements must be met, and dismissal from the program may be the result if not completed. Any student that receives two probations will be immediately dismissed from the Practical Nursing program. If a student is placed on probation, their status will be reviewed by the Principal/Director of the Wyoming County Career and Technical Center. Grounds for immediate Dismissal of a Student Grounds for immediate dismissal include the following: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. The use of any illegal drug. The use of illegal mood-altering drugs The use of alcohol prior to or during class/clinical hours Receipt of positive drug screen Theft Patient abuse verbal or physical Falsifying information Cheating 15
9. Plagiarism 10. Fraud 11. Profanity and or sarcasm in classroom or Clinical areas. 12. Absence of 8 total days, 5 clinical days. More than one day of each specialty assignment (Obstetric, Pediatrics, Geriatrics, Mental Health). 13. Refusal to undergo requested drug screening 14. Insubordination 15. Breech of confidentially 16. Jeopardizing the health and or welfare of a patient, student, instructor or clinical agency staff. 17. Misuse of social media. Grievance Procedure Definition: A grievance is simply a complaint, or a basis for complaint. 1. All practical nursing students have the right to file a grievance. 2. Grievances do not have to be written. A student may file a grievance by: 3. Telling the coordinator that he or she has a complaint or by sending a letter to: Wyoming County Career and Technical Center Coordinator/ School of Practical Nursing HCR 72 Box 200 Pineville, WV 24874 All grievance shall be filed within fifteen (15) days of the date the aggrieved party became aware of or should have become aware of the cause of such grievance. All complaints and grievances will be processed in the following manner: Step 1: The aggrieved party shall attempt to resolve the dispute with the Coordinator of the Practical Nursing Program. If not settled within five (5) calendar days from the date the party first became aware of the cause for such grievance, the matter shall proceed to: Step 2: The grievance shall be reduced to writing (not necessarily by the aggrieved party) and referred to the Director of the Wyoming County Career and Technical Center. 16
If not settled within five (5) additional calendar days, the matter shall be sent to the Superintendent of Wyoming County Schools and the Wyoming County Board of Education to be solved. Personal Appearance The Wyoming County Career and Technical School of Practical Nursing students are all adults and are expected to behave and dress as such. Your classroom attire should always reflect neat, clean, well-groomed and professionalism student. Code po5511 Status Active Legal West Virginia Board of Education Policy 4373 Adopted October 29, 2018 Last Revised December 2, 2019 5511 - DRESS AND GROOMING The Board of Education recognizes that each student's mode of dress and grooming is a manifestation of personal style and individual preference. The Board will not interfere with the right of students and their parents to make decisions regarding their appearance, except when their choices interfere with the educational program and process of the schools. The Board authorizes the Superintendent to establish a reasonable dress code in order to promote a safe and healthy school setting and to enhance the educational movement. The dress code shall be incorporated into the Student Code of Conduct or Discipline Code. Accordingly, the Superintendent shall establish such dress and grooming guidelines as are necessary to promote discipline, maintain order, secure the safety of students, and provide a healthy environment conducive to academic purposes. Such guidelines shall prohibit student dress or grooming practices which: 17
A. present a hazard to the health, safety or welfare of the student himself/herself or to others in the school; B. materially interfere with school work, create disorder, or disrupt the educational process; C. distracts or is indecent to the extent that it interferes with the teaching and learning process; D. displays or promotes drug, alcohol or tobacco-related product that is prohibited in school buildings, on school grounds, in school-leased or owned vehicles and at all school-affiliated functions; E. cause excessive wear or damage to school property; F. prevent the student from achieving his/her own educational objectives because of blocked vision or restricted movement. Such guidelines shall establish the dress requirements for members of the athletic teams, bands, and other school groups when representing Wyoming County School District at a public event. The Superintendent shall develop administrative guidelines to implement this policy which: A. designate the principal as the arbiter of student dress and grooming in his/her building; B. invite the participation of staff, parents, and students; C. instruct staff members to demonstrate by example and precept wholesome attitudes toward neatness, cleanliness, propriety, modesty, and good sense in attire and appearance; D. ensure that all rules implementing this policy impose only minimum and necessary restrictions on the exercise of the student's taste and individuality. Students who violate the foregoing rules will not be admitted to class and may be suspended from school. Personal Conduct in Hospital 18
1. Students will not visit patients of the Hospital/Clinic while on or off duty in uniform. 2. No Smoking 3. Students are not to receive or make personal phone calls while on duty. Only in case of emergency. 4. Students are to observe all rules expected of employees of the clinical area which is assigned. 5. Students will not discuss with staff of assigned Hospital/Clinic of any personal medical advice for family, or friends. 6. Do not leave assigned area until your Supervisor is notified and approves. 7. Inform your instructor when you have completed your assignment. You are not to “Hang out” in the nurse’s station. 8. Be on time. Uniforms Students will be required to wear the complete uniform as specified by the coordinator and faculty in the clinical area. The uniform may either be dress or pantsuit for females with the dress being no shorter than the bottom of the knee. Also, to be worn are white nurses’ shoes and white hose. For male students, the uniform will consist of the specified scrub top worn with regulation white pants, white shoes and white socks. The name tag must be worn on the uniform at all times. No jewelry, except a wedding ring or watch, is to be worn. Remember: a. b. c. d. Wear the uniform in accordance with the above stated policies. Have your uniform clean, ironed, and properly buttoned and the proper length. Wear proper shoes that are in good repair. Have a watch with a second hand, a pen, bandage scissors and other articles that you need constantly in the performance of your duties. e. Wear your uniform with pride and dignity. Be proud of it and set an example to others by being immaculately groomed and dressed. 19
f. Don’t wear jewelry other than wedding ring or watch. Leave all diamonds and other decorative rings at home, for you risk scratching the patient with the diamond or losing it in slippery bath water while bathing the patient. g. Do not wear earrings. The only exception is the smallest post type pierced earrings. Absolutely no type of dangling earring will be permitted. h. No perfumes or cologne while on duty. i. Nails are to be trimmed to avoid injuring patients. j. Artificial nails are not allowed. k. Visible body piercing jewelry may not be born. Examples; nose, cheek, eyebrow, tongue, etc. Social Media The use of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snap Chat or any type of social media that could identify students, faculty, administration, clinical facilities, patients or patient's family members, the Wyoming County Career and Technical Center, or the Wyoming County Career and Technical Center Practical Nursing Program is strictly prohibited and is grounds for immediate dismissal from the program. Personal Habits Smoking, Vaping, Smokeless Tobacco Smoking- West Virginia State Board of Education affirms smoking is not permitted within county or state operated school building. Therefore, smoking is not permitted anywhere on school grounds. (See Wyoming County School Zero Tolerance Policy.) Refer to “Grounds for Immediate Dismissal” The student is expected to adhere to the smoking policy of the particular facility in which he/she working. All Students and Employees will be expected to adhere to existing state law regulating tobacco use. (16-9a-4) §16-9A-4. Use of tobacco, tobacco products, alternative nicotine products or vapor products in certain areas of certain public schools prohibited; penalty. 20
Every person who shall smoke a cigarette or cigarettes, pipe, cigar or other implement, of any type or nature, designed, used or employed for smoking any tobacco or tobacco product; or who shall use any tobacco product or tobacco-derived product in any building or part thereof used for instructional purposes, in any school of this state, as defined in section one, article one, chapter eighteen of this code, or on any lot or grounds actually used for instructional purposes of any such school of this state while such school is used or occupied for school purposes, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and, upon conviction thereof, shall be punished for each offense by a fine of not less than one nor more than five dollars: Provided, That this prohibition shall not be construed to prevent the use of any tobacco or tobacco product or tobacco-derived product, in any faculty lounge or staff lounge or faculty office or other area of said publi
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