Do you know an amazing school nurse who goes beyond the call of duty? Nominate your favorite school nurse today in America's Greatest School Nurse contest.

Nominate Your Favorite School Nurse | America’s Greatest School Nurse Contest

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Guess what season it is??? Colds, stomach bugs, flu’s, etc., they are back and hitting with a vengeance. In fact we all just got over a stomach bug that ripped through our house, showing mercy only to my husband. First Emily, she threw up at the school after lunch and we were hopeful it was just the food. But then she threw up again, and again, and again…worrying about dehydration hubby took her to the ER. And she wasn’t the only one there.

Do you know an amazing school nurse who goes beyond the call of duty? Nominate your favorite school nurse today in America's Greatest School Nurse contest.

School nurses were sending kids home left and right at the first signs of it. Can you imagine how much fun the school nurses must have? When our kids are in school the teachers and nurses are the ones that get first dibs at wiping boogers, cleaning up “spills” and comforting their students. Keeping your child from getting sick is nearly impossible. It’s a part of childhood. No matter how many times you send them to wash their hands or beg them not to share toys, they will get sick sooner or later.

When sick gets real for our family, we turn to products that help provide comfort and relief like Children’s Advil®. A box of tissues, a favorite lovey, and a trusted brand like Children’s Advil®, which provides unsurpassed fever and pain relief, helps make my little ones feel better.

If sick just got real.™ for your family, there are solutions to help tackle even the ickiest of symptoms, like Children’s Advil® , Children’s Robitussin®, and Children’s Dimetapp®. Pfizer Pediatric wants to acknowledge all those amazing school nurses that go above and beyond in educating and comforting their students. If you know of a school nurse that does exactly this, nominate your favorite school nurse! From runny noses to sore throats to fevers, school nurses are there when sick gets real during the school day. Does your nurse go above and beyond?

This contest is open Nationwide, and one nurse from each state plus Washington D.C. will win a prize valued at $500 and will be entered to win the grand prize: the title of America’s Greatest School nurse and a trip for a getaway from school sickness. For more information and to read the full contest rules and submit a nomination, visit AmericasGreatestSchoolNurse.com. You can submit your nomination through February 23, 2017. Voting will be open from April 3 to April 16 and the winners will be announced in early May. Even with great school nurses around, kids get sick no matter how much you may try to prevent it – at least we can comfort them with these products that help relieve aches, pains, fevers, coughs and even runny & stuffy noses.

Do you know an amazing school nurse who goes beyond the call of duty? Nominate your favorite school nurse today in America's Greatest School Nurse contest.

Aches, Pains and Fevers, Oh My!
  • Ease those aches and pains, while reducing a child’s fever fast with Children’s Advil®, a great solution for kids as young as 2 and up to 11. Children’s Advil® comes in several great-tasting flavors, including: Sugar-free Dye-free Berry, Bubble Gum, Grape, Blue Raspberry, Fruit and Dye-Free White Grape flavors. There’s also Infants’ Advil® White Grape, which provides unsurpassed fever relief (among OTC pain relievers) with a syringe for easy dosing for children 6-23 months.
Cough Keeping Them Up All Night?
  • For your child’s cough, trust Children’s Robitussin® Extended-Release 12 Hour Cough Relief to control and relieve symptoms all-day or all- night. Available in grape or orange flavor, for children ages 4 and up. Please note, certain Children’s Robitussin® products are only suitable for children ages 6 and up.
Coughing With A Side Of Runny & Stuffy Nose?
  • Children’s Dimetapp® Multi-Symptom Cold Relief Dye-Free eases your child’s stuffy and runny nose, while quieting a bothersome cough. All in a great-tasting grape flavor that’s dye-free, for children 6 and up.

What are some of the ways you comfort your child when they are sick?

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Favorite School Nurse Giveaway

One (1) winner will receive:

  • $25 Visa Gift Card
  • Children’s Advil® Suspension, Grape
  • Children’s Robitussin® Extended-Release 12 Hour Cough Relief
  • Children’s Dimetapp® Multi-Symptom Cold Relief Dye-Free

One lucky reader will have the chance to win the Favorite School Nurse bundle as mentioned above. The Favorite School Nurse giveaway runs from 2/10/17 until 2/23/17 at 11:59PM EST. Entrants must be at least 18 years of age or older and residents of the United States. You must use the Rafflecopter below to enter. Good Luck!

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Comments (55)

  • We have a “sick blanket” that they only get to use when they are sick. I snuggle them up on the sofa with the sick blanket, give them cold/flu meds and then put in a DVD for them to watch until they fall asleep.

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  • I love to hold them and sing to them while rocking them in the rocker.

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  • When my kids are sick, I make sure they are comfortable in their beds. I keep tissues on their nightstand, and keep offering water, tea or juice.

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  • In my home I try to make my kids feel better by there for them. I spend time with them catering to them. We have chicken noodle soup, plenty of liquids, and plenty of mommy cuddling time.

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  • I comfort my grandsons when they’re sick by making them a “bed” on the sofa in the family room so that they can be surrounded by family and watch movies.

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  • I make chicken noodle soup and pop in a movie.

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  • I make sure they are comfortable and have something to take their mind off being sick.

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  • I always give them lots of fluids and chicken noodle soup and give them a nice comfy blanket and favorite stuffed animal.

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  • I make them hot tea with lemon and give vitamin C

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  • When my niece is sick I snuggle with her on the couch and put a cold compress on her forehead.

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  • I usually give my son orange juice mixed with medicine, and play some interesting games on tablet that he loves
    Thank You

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  • I always make chicken noodle soup and put on their favorite movie and give them lots of love.

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  • I like to have a movie, their favorite snacks ready on those yuck days.

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  • Keep them hydrated. Let them watch tv. Give extra attention.

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  • My kids love chicken noodle soups.

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  • I set them up on the couch with a warm blanket, lots of pillows and make chicken soup for them.

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  • I make homemade chicken soup, I make up smoothies with oranges and strawberries (for vitamin c), I get out the coziest blankets, and lots of hugs. 🙂
    thanks!

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  • Hot tea with lemon and honey and hot soup seem to help.

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  • hot soup and hot water with honey in it is which seems to help. and lots of cartoons

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  • When the boys were younger we’d have snuggly movie marathons and lots of orange juice and healthy snacks

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  • Lots of love, water, and fuzzy socks 🙂

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  • I make sure they have soft tissues for their little sore noses, and have plenty of movies to watch.

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  • We watch movies together and I usually by a new App for the iPad. I give them apple juice and chicken noodle soup.

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  • We comfort with lots of snuggles and Netflix.
    thank you

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  • I comfort them with bubble baths, reading to them and letting them watch their favorite Disney movies.

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  • To comfort my girls when they feel bad I let them lay in my bed with their favorite blanket and watch my TV. I also baby them a little extra!

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  • We watch their favorite movies, eat popsicles and snuggle up with their favorite blankets.

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  • I make chicken soup and give them ginger ale and we snuggle up and color, work puzzles, read lots of books and watch lots of movies.

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  • Make sure they get enough rest and liquids.

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  • I like to get out chicken noddle soup and let them sleep.

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  • I liked to have movies ready and lots of soup and ginger ale.

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  • What always worked for my kids was a nice warm scented bath, then lots of sleep!

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  • Chicken noodle soup, fluids, and rest.

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  • I give them meds to relieve the symptoms. I give them lots of fluids, soup and love.

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  • Lots of sleep and rest.I also give them medicine and lots of liquids

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  • bundle them up on the couch, while we watch cartoons and movies. Bring them food, water, juice and cold medicine. basically, i baby them! 🙂

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  • LOTS OF EXTRA LOVE, KISSES, HUGS, AND ADVIL. ALSO, MAKE HIM HIS FAVORITE FOODS AND DRINKS.

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  • I have a “sick kit” which includes his favorite pillow, plush blanket, Motrin, thermometer and Gatorade.

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  • I fix them great food and shop for what ever they need to take to feel better and take them to the Dr if needed.

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  • I let them lay in our bed and watch movies.

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  • Cuddle up and watch a movie together with some snacks.

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  • My kids loved to watch disney movies..They also wanted chicken soup and gingerale

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  • My son would like to cuddle up with me and his favorite blankie

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  • We watch a favorite film together.

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  • My daughter likes fudge bars and movies.

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  • We like to play board games.

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  • I make my sons soup, cuddle with them and watch Netflix cartoons.

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  • I keep them warm and comfy with blankets and soup an PDF their favorite stuffed animal.

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  • I read to them and make their favorite soup.

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  • I snuggle next to them and watch funny movies.

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  • I make soup and snuggle when they are sick.

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  • TV on the couch. Wrapped up in blankets with some OJ and chicken soup!

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  • By having some home remedies and getting a lot of sleep, these are the best remedies for any sickness.

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  • We give them a comfortable blanket, children’s medicine, liquids and juice.

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  • I really like these products you shared. We use them for the grandchildren when they get sick. I also make them homemade chicken soup.. Thank you so much for sharing this

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