• A welcome from the Nurse:

    Hello Hudson Parents and Community!

    Welcome to the clinic.

    I am so excited to be working at the High School, caring for your students! I have a wide range of experience that I am eager to bring to the Hudson High School students. I graduated in 2003 from Gettysburg College with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. I worked in behavioral health until I graduated from nursing school in 2006 from Seton Hall University. After graduating, I worked in medical/surgical nursing, surgical intensive care, and anesthesia. I then got my Masters in Nursing from Ursuline College and became a nurse practitioner. I worked as an NP in nephrology and electrophysiology at the Cleveland Clinic. I then spent a few years at home with my two young children and decided to pursue school nursing. I have worked in school health since 2020 and I am excited to say I have found my passion.

    With my experience, I bring an ability to ensure the health and safety of Hudson High School students. My office is always open, so do not hesitate to contact me with questions or concerns. We believe that healthy kids learn best!

    -Nurse Jillian

    7:45 AM-3:15 PM

    Guidelines for the dismissal of student from school By School Nurse:

    • Temperature >100 degrees
    • Vomiting and/or diarrhea
    • undiagnosed rash
    • live lice
    • bacterial infections not treated for at least 24 hours
    • drainage from the eyes not treated by physician
    • severe headaches
    • severe abdominal pain
    • severe sore throat
    • continuous cough or difficulty breathing
    • An injury, illness, or condition that requires further management by parent/guardian or primary care provider

    When to contact the School Nurse:

    • Any chronic or acute illness
    • a new medication or change in medication dosage
    • a life-threatening or new allergy
    • a serious injury requiring hospitalization
    • a diagnosed head concussion
    • an injury requiring casting, sutures, a splint or mobility assistance
    • vision or healing difficulties

    School Health Services are proudly provided by Akron Children's Hosptial



When Should Students Stay Home?

  • Sick Students

    Jillian Perini, MSN, RN
    Phone: 330-653-1416 Ext. 1462
    Fax: 330-653-1481