Please fill out a new form for each student each school year. 

About Health Services

With the philosophy that "healthy children learn better", professional school nurses work with parents and community partners to address the physical, mental, emotional and social health needs of school children on a daily basis. Pipestone School District Health Services staff provide emergency care for students and staff, health screenings, assessments, and referral for all students, essential health treatments for students with special needs, and health promotion and disease prevention activities that address wellness across the lifespan.

School Nurses

LindseyLindsey Faaborg covers the MS/HS office. She is an LPN that is currently going to school for her RN at DWU. This is her first full year but she did start after winter break in 2021-2022 school year so she knows her way around already! 

You can reach Lindsey at 507-562-6019 or via Email

JosieJosie Loll covers the elementary office and oversees the district. I attended MN West for an ASN and AA degrees. I then transferred to SMSU for my BSN degree while obtaining a minor in management. I also completed my public health nursing hours there. I then was able to apply for and receive my school nurse license. This is my second year with the district.

You can reach Josie at 507-562-6207, or via Email


If your child has any of the following, they must stay home:
1.  Fever.
 Any temperature of 100.4° Fahrenheit is a fever, and children shouldn’t go to school with fevers. Children should be fever free for 24-hours without the use of medication to bring it down prior to returning to school.
2. Vomiting or diarrhea. Children should be home for 24 hours from the last episode.
3. Bad pain. If your child has a sore knee or a mild headache but is otherwise acting okay, it’s likely fine to give some medicine and send them off. But if the pain is anything more than mild, don’t do it. Pain is always something you want to keep an eye on. Keep them home and call your doctor instead.
4. Severe coughing or anything different about your child’s breathing. Even if your child does not have a fever, excessive coughing is a reason we will send children home. It is distracting from learning in the classroom and most children do not cover their coughs. 

Contact: Josie Loll