Phone: 252-445-5455


Degrees and Certifications:

Associate Degree in Nursing Bachelor of Science in Nursing National School Nurse Certification

Tiffany Williams

I am the proud nurse of both Enfield Middle S.T.E.A.M. Academy and Inborden Elementary S.T.E.A.M. Academy.  I graduated from Edgecombe Community College and went on to obtain my BSN from Winston-Salem State University.  I have practiced in the field of nursing for over 10 years.  I have worked in various areas of healthcare as a CNA, LPN and RN.  Please do not hesitate to come see me in my office if you are not feeling well or if you have any questions or concerns during my office hours of 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.  I am here for you.  Your health and wellness is very important to me.  My goal is to optimize your health and safety to improve your academic performance.

Forms and Policies

Student Information

  • What is required to start school?

    • North Carolina Health Assessment Form
    • Immunizations – including Varicella (Chicken Pox) after first birthday, DTap and Polio Boosters (or 4th dose after 4th Bday)
    • Kindergarten Health Assessment (Physical Exam) -Within 30 calendar days of a child’s first day of attendance in the public schools

    Medication Policy  

    • Medication form with physician signature & parental consent
    • Original container
    • Parent must drop off medication. Children are not allowed to deliver medications.
    • Any questions please call me 252-445-5455.

    Communicable Diseases:

    • A doctor’s note is required when your child has been absent with such illnesses as strep throat, scarlet fever, or questionable rashes.  If you have any questions, please keep in touch with me.


    • Fever over 100.0 degrees
    • Undiagnosed rash
    • Vomiting/diarrhea
    • Red, watery eye with yellow discharge
    • Symptoms that prevent them from participating in school, i.e. uncontrollable nasal discharge, excessive coughing or fatigue, sore throat.
    • Please keep your child home for 24 hours after vomiting or diarrhea has stopped.
    • Students should be fever-free for 24 hours without fever-reducing medication before returning to school.

     Orthopedic Injuries

    • If your child comes in with an ace bandage, splint, arm sling please come in with him or her to the health office with a Doctor’s note.
    • A crutch order is necessary from your Doctor.
    • A Doctor’s note is needed to be excused from Physical Education Class

     Food Allergies Can Be Life-Threatening!

    • Only non-food items, such as pencils, erasers, and stickers may be sent to school to celebrate a student’s birthday.
    • Other celebrations containing food items must be pre-approved by the Principal and a full list of ingredients must be sent in 7 days prior to the celebration.

    Please avoid sending in products that may contain nut products.

Immunization Information