Kellybrook Elementary


Rosie Smith , School Nurse

Cynthia Sudmann , Health Aide

Laura DeShon (Nurse on Wednesdays)

(816)736-5707 (phone)

(816)736-5705 (fax)

10701 N Eastern Avenue, Kansas City, MO 64157




Kellybrook Nurse's Office

Meet the Nurse

Hello Kellybrook Families ~ My name is Rosie Smith and I'm happy to be Kellybrook Elementary's school nurse this year. I believe each child is unique in their need for care. My office values taking care of your students and will treat your child like we would want ours to be treated.

I have been a nurse for over 15 years for Liberty Hospital where I worked in orthopedics, pediatrics and as a float nurse on various units. I came to LPS in 2012 as a float nurse and worked at many of the different district buildings and job shared for Kellybrook last year.

I received my R.N. from Penn Valley in 1997 and completed my B.S.N. at UMKC in 2011.

In my freetime I enjoy reading, golfing, riding 4-wheelers on our land and spending time at the lake with my family. I am also a big fan of Pinterest! I am actively involved in my children's school and enjoy attending their sporting events.

Please browse the information on this website to learn more about our school policies and health information.


Exclusion Policy for Illness:

Parents should keep students home from school if they have a temperature or other symptoms or illness. An ill student may not return to school until:

  • The student has been fever free for 24 hours without the use of fever-lowering medication. A fever is defined as a temperature of 100 degrees or higher orally
  • The student has been free of vomiting or diarrhea for 24 hours after the last episode of such
  • The student is free of continuous coughing

Thank you for partnering with us as we strive to keep our students healthy!


Medication should be given at home whenever possible.

ALL MEDICATION GIVEN AT SCHOOL must first be authorized by a parent/guardian by completing this form:

Medication Authorization Form

Prescriptions must come to school with an Rx label with your child's name on it.

Over-the-counter medications must be in their original box/container and have the proper dosing instructions for your child's age.


TIPS ON ANTIBIOTICS at school: If it is necessary to provide an antibiotic at school, please ask your Pharmacist to prepare 2 bottles so that one can be used at home and the other can be left at school. Transporting medication on a daily basis is not advised. - Thank you.

Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Forms