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Phone: P: 254-965-8883


Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Science in Nursing Master of Science in Nursing Education

Ms. Allison Walker, RN MSN

After completing my BSN at Tarleton State University in 2017, I worked on a busy cardiac medical/surgical floor in Austin, TX. A few years later, I moved back to the Stephenville area and began my career in school nursing at Huston Academy (Erath Excels) in the fall of 2020 while going to graduate school. Shortly after, I started working on a cardiac floor at Lake Granbury Medical Center. I completed my Master's in Nursing Education at Tarleton in 2021. This spring, I served as a Clinical Instructor with Junior 1 nursing students at Tarleton, and I am pursuing more experience/education with simulation in nursing education. 

Phone: 817-740-7655


Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Science- BSN Certifications: BLS, TNCC, ACLS, and PALS Professional Organizations: ENA and ANA

Ms. Tyfani Urrutia, RN

Tyfani Urrutia, BSN, RN, is a Nurse Leader for nursing services for ESC Region 11. Tyfani has been a hospital employee since 2013 and an emergency room nurse since 2016 with experience in day surgery. She started travel nursing in 2018 and has worked in Connecticut, New Mexico, Texas, Colorado, and California twice.


She is an animal lover with three dogs. She enjoys traveling and trying new restaurants. She is passionate about emergency nursing and being prepared for the unexpected. She is excited to step into the world of school nursing and make the health of students and faculty a priority.

Phone: 817-740-7656


Degrees and Certifications:

BSN, (aspiring MPH) Certifications: BLS (provider/instructor), Stop the bleed instructor, and UDCA instructor Professional Organizations: TSNO, NASN, ANA

Ms. Shelby Lampley, RN

Shelby Lampley serves as a Nurse Leader for ESC Region 11. Shelby has been a school nurse since 2018 and substituted in district clinics for 1 year prior to being a full-time school nurse.

Shelby completed her nursing program at Weatherford College and earned her BSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing) degree from Western Governors University. While in college, Shelby had the opportunity to shadow and complete clinicals with a local school nurse where she was inspired to start her nursing career as a school nurse and work closely with the community.

Shelby has always held a strong affinity for working closely with the members of her community and spent many hours volunteering for Habitat for Humanity in Tarrant County, Texas.

Shelby has a passion for learning and is pursuing her MPH (Masters in Public Health) at Purdue University with a concentration in Family and Community Health to continue serving the community. She completed a year-long virtual school nurse leadership series at Northeastern University School Health Academy and participated with a small cohort of school nurses from across the country.

Phone: 817-444-1317


Degrees and Certifications:

American Heart Association CPR/ First aid instructor Neonatal Recitation Provider (NRP) Maternal Neonatal Nursing (MNN) Emergency Nursing Pediatrics Certification Stop the bleed instructor Hearing/ Vision Screening AN Screening

Ms. Shawna Clouatre, RN, BSN

Nurse Shawna, known at the Azle ISD Elementary, where she has served for seven years, has worked as both a charge nurse and a staff nurse in a postpartum unit. She has also worked as the staff nurse for an OB/GYN physician. She attended El Camino Community College in Torrence, California, for her ADN, The UTA Bridge program for her BSN, and currently attends WGU for her master's degree in Nursing Education. 

She is a member of The National Society of Leadership and Success, Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN), and The National Association of School Nurses (NASN).

Phone: 940-686-8740 ext. 290


Degrees and Certifications:

Credentials: MS, LAT, ATC Certifications: NATABOC, AHA BLS Instructor

Ms. Jessica Peters, MS, LAT

Ms Peters is the Head Athletic Trainer and Health Clinic Assistant at Pilot Point ISD. She graduated with a bachelors degree in Athletic training from Texas A&M and a Master's degree from California University of Pennsylvania. She has worked in the college setting, professional sports and physical therapy. She has been in school health for 4 years. She is a member of many Athletic Training professional organizations including The National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA), The Southwest Athletic Trainers Association (SWATA), The Texas State Athletic Trainers Association (TSATA), and The North Texas Athletic Trainers Society (NTATS). If you have questions related to sports injuries, concussions UIL protocols, or other orthopedic trauma, Ms. Peters is an excellent resource!  

"It is always nice to have people willing to learn and understand what it is that Athletic Training is and what we do.  Too often, people mistake us for "personal trainers" that you find in a gym coaching fitness.  

I always like to tell people that I basically "get paid to watch sports all day until someone gets hurt and then it is time to be a healthcare professional that has the expertise in sports injury management along with many other skills."

Athletic Training is a profession that blends many skills of other professions together: Physician, EMT, Physical Therapist, Counselor, Nutritionist, Nurse, and Coach are the big ones that we share skills with. Athletic Trainers provide medical and injury care to student-athletes under the domains of prevention, clinical evaluation and assessment, immediate and emergency care, treatment, rehabilitation and reconditioning organization and administration, and professional health and well-being.  AT's work in a variety of settings from high school sports, to professional sports, to corporate wellness to the military to fine arts to NASCAR.  

  • On a daily basis I serve as the point medical person for all things COVID for the high school camps, I provide medical coverage for 2 athletic periods a day as well as after school practices and games, morning, lunch, study hall, and after school injury treatments and rehabilitation and evaluations.  
    • Daily practice/game duties require setting up fluids, taping and prepping those that have injury prevention needs in their medical history, monitoring collision sports for injuries that would occur during those activities, supervising student aides that help with water and first aid during these practices.   
  • Administratively I maintain all athletics medical records for grades 7 thru 12 on my campus which includes Pre-Participation exams and doctor's notes for injury-related cases.  I also assist with scheduling students to see physicians for injuries when requested.
  • On the Health Clinic side, I do everything that a full-time nurse would do with the exception of those things that fall under the Nurse medical license.  I operate as a UDCA for diabetes care for the district.  Maintain the health charts, screening, and immunization records."



Degrees and Certifications:

Ms. Krista Roberts, M.Ed., BSN, RN

Ms. Roberts is the district nurse at Venus ISD. This is Ms. Roberts's first year in school nursing. Previously, Ms. Roberts worked as a Math teacher and then in Pediatric ICU at Children's Health in Dallas. She still works in PICU part-time. 

In an innovative way to serve the staff and students of Venus ISD, she streamlined the Covid-19 testing process. She used military reservists to help with the abundance of testing at the beginning of the year. It was a great way to work with available resources and think outside the box! Thank you for your creative problem-solving and the expertise you bring to the community. ESC Region 11 welcomes Ms. Roberts to the school nursing profession. 

Phone: 817-245-0256


Degrees and Certifications:

Ms. Latasha Estes, BSN RN

"My name is Tasha Estes, BSN, RN. I am currently studying for my school nurse certification but have not found the time to take the test, thanks to COVID-19. I work for Burleson ISD, and I am the Nurse for Centennial High School. I have been a nurse for almost ten years now, and seven of those years, I was a school nurse. I was the District Nurse for Alvarado ISD before I came to Burleson, and my hospital background was in post-op, oncology, and hospice/palliative care. I graduated from Tarleton State University in May of 2012. I am a member of the Texas Association of School Nurses. The majority of my time is spent educating parents and families on all things COVID-19.  I have had several parents congratulate me on being the best at giving bad news!"



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