Zitzloff joins staff as new nurse

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Zitzloff joins staff as new nurse

Stacy Zitzloff joins the BSM community as school nurse.

Stacy Zitzloff joins the BSM community as school nurse.

Maddi Zachman

Stacy Zitzloff joins the BSM community as school nurse.

Maddi Zachman

Maddi Zachman

Stacy Zitzloff joins the BSM community as school nurse.

Maddi Zachman, Staff Writer

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Benilde-St. Margaret’s welcomes a new nurse this year, Stacy Zitzloff. Zitzloff has had a great time thus far being a nurse at BSM. “I am really enjoying it. The students are really kind, and the staff is really welcoming,” Zitzloff said.

Zitzloff has had experience in the medical field prior to being a nurse at BSM. “I worked in a clinic for allergy and asthma for several years in Maple Grove,” Zitzloff said. 

Alongside the previous experience Zitzloff has had, she is also educated in the medical field. “I spent time studying medicine and the body functions at Hennepin Technical College,” Zitzloff said.

Although Zitzloff had prior jobs to being a nurse at BSM, being a school nurse was something she wanted to do. “I enjoy working with young people, so I knew being a nurse at BSM would be a great choice. I know I can be of service and health for students with daily concerns,” Zitzloff said.

I enjoy working with young people, so I knew being a nurse at BSM would be a great choice. I know I can be of service and health for students with daily concerns”

— Stacy Zitzloff

Zitzloff is not just a nurse, though. Zitzloff has a family of her own. “Outside of school, I enjoy spending time with my ten-year-old daughter, Brooke, and playing with our one-year-old miniature goldendoodle,” Zitzloff said.

Students can find Zitzloff in Health Services, located in the main office, every school day from 7:45 – 2:45. “Working here has been everything I expected, and I am surprised things are not easier. But I know things will speed up once cold and flu season hits,” Zitzloff said.

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