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Jennifer Jasper - Magnolia Intermediate Nurse

My name is Jennifer Jasper, and I have the privilege to be the nurse at MIS. I graduated from Texas Christian University in 2005 where I earned my BSN. After graduation I spent several years in the Emergency Department where I was able to see and learn so many things. I began my school nursing career in January 2020, and I have loved it ever since. 

My husband Brent and I moved to Magnolia in 2010. We have 2 children that are currently attending MISD schools. In our free time (if that even exists), we are watching Pierce play baseball and/or Karli tumble or play basketball. We love sports and like to spend time together with family and friends. 

Please feel free to call or email me with any questions or concerns. Also, please review the following:

Medication Policy

Students are not allowed to transport medication to the nurse (no medications may be transported on the bus). All medication must be brought to the nurse in the clinic by a parent or guardian. Permission forms are located in the foyer and must be completed by the parent/guardian. All prescription medications must have a pharmacy label with the correct dose time. Narcotic pain medications are not allowed to be given at school. All over-the-counter medications must be age-appropriate and in the original container.  If your child is not 12 years old, he/she will need junior or children's OTC medications. Students that have asthma or severe allergies and require an inhaler or an Epi-Pen may be allowed to carry it with them at school once approved by the doctor and school nurse. Please contact the school nurse for additional information regarding these medications.

MISD-Health Services and Clinic Procedures

6th grade--Students entering 7th grade are required to have additional immunizations (Tdap and Meningoccal vaccines). Please schedule these before entering Magnolia Junior High to avoid any delay in scheduling. 


Ext: 5120