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Angela Stoutenger

Angela sitting outdoors smiling for a portrait photo on a slightly cloudy day in the Summer. She is sitting on an Adirondack Chair with the view of Lake Ontario in the background, she also has a row of trees in view behind her..

Assistant Director for Health Services


Angela is a Nationally Certified School Nurse that has worked in the healthcare industry for over 30 years, 26 of those years as a Registered Professional Nurse. She has maintained a highly respectable demeanor throughout her career and practices compassionate, competent and safe care to her students and staff while also communicating with all stakeholders, including parents. Her continued dedication to her nursing career has allowed her to fulfill her childhood dream of being a nurse.


National Certification for School Nurse

Basic Life Support (BLS) Certified

CPR, AED, First Aid Certified

School Nurses: Best, Current Practices for School Medical Emergencies


New York State United Teachers

National Association School Nurses

New York State Association of School Nurses

Assessment and Learning Committee

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Committee




SUNY Polytechnic, MS (Currently pursuing)

SUNY Brockport, BSN


Award winner and accomplished registered nurse with positive performance reviews, with specific commendation for organizational skills and detail- oriented patient care.

National Board Certification for School Nurses- October 2021


When she is not taking care of staff and students, she spends time with her family and friends and engages in self-care activities including gardening, birdwatching, puzzle building, and watching football (Angela is an avid Buffalo Bills fan). Angela is also involved in her community and volunteers her time often. She will be pursuing her Master's Degree in Nurse Education and can often be found reading journals. Angela tries to stay knowledgeable with current trends to promote being a well-rounded and likable person that makes others feel welcomed and appreciated.