Mission Statement

  • We support the vision of the Weston Public Schools by actively collaborating with parents, faculty, staff and the community to advance the well-being, academic success and lifelong learning of our students.
  • While respecting individuality, the school nurses facilitate positive responses to normal development; promote the health and safety of all students and staff; intervene in the case of actual or potential health and/or emotional problems; and provide case management.
  • We aspire to build student and family capacity for adaption, self-management, self-advocacy and learning, thus assisting our students to become productive citizens of the increasingly diverse and global society.
Jamy Gaynor

Jamy Gaynor

Director of Health Service

Jamy Gaynor, Ed.D., MS, RN, NCSN
Director of Health Services
Weston Public Schools
(781) 786-5265 (office)
(781) 786-5839 (fax)

Jamy is a nationally certified school nurse and life-long learner. Jamy began her career as a neuroscientist investigating learning and memory at UMass Amherst, then transitioned to nursing where she has spent the last 15 years in both intensive care and school settings.  More recently, Jamy received her Ed.D. from Regis College where she investigated social emotional supports for school nurses and educators.

Prior to her transition to Weston Public Schools, Jamy was employed as a school nurse in Marlborough.  Jamy brings with her knowledge of emergency management, social emotional support for students and staff, and health education for students and families.

Jamy enjoys travelling, gardening, and spending time with her family. Jamy also enjoys teaching CPR and First Aid to both healthcare providers and community members.

email: gaynorj@weston.org

Jennifer Riggs, MS, RN, and Field School Nurse is both new to Weston and new to school nursing. Jennifer has a BA in Speech Communication and a MS in Human Resource Development. Having come from a Human Resources background, Jennifer’s nursing experience includes educational development around food allergies, vaping and substance use, and mental health topics including suicide. Jennifer enjoys spending time with her husband and four children.