Jennifer Wallace

  • School Nurse


    “Life is unpredictable, it changes with the seasons, even your coldest winter, happens for the best of reasons, and though it feels eternal, like all you’ll ever do is freeze, I promise spring is coming, and with it, brand new leaves.” – Erin Hanson

  • Phone:

    (406) 758-8125
  • Where did you grow up?

    Olympia, WA

  • Tell us about your family

    I am the mother of two very awesome children. My family goal has always been to create a consistent and supportive household that my kids can call home; a place that they look forward to coming to after experiencing the chaotic world around them; a place to find peace and comfort.

    As far as my extended family, I have a gentle, but strong, support system built of non-blood related individuals that I have known for most of my life. I may not have been born into this world with them around, but I could not imagine life without them. They are the family that the universe has placed into my life and I am forever grateful for that blessing.

  • Share something about yourself that might surprise people.

    In high school I was a four year varsity swimmer, my state stroke was the back stroke. Oddly enough, I also have a huge fear of water; mostly open water, deep water, lakes, and oceans. If I am in a body of water (whether swimming or in a boat) deeper than my head, I need a floatation device to hold onto. I also was the mother of a Pot Bellied Pig for a short time, named Pig.

  • Briefly describe your work experience.

    I have worked in the medical field for fifteen years, starting at the age of eighteen where I worked as a Medical Technician for the U.S. Air Force. I have had the opportunity to travel and to give medical care on military flights, as well as, work as a Trauma Team member for the Emergency Department. I have training in mass casualty triage and wound care, as well as, field, flight and clinical medical care. Prior to working at Summit Prep School, I was working two nursing positions while attending school; Kalispell Regional Hospital, where I performed physicals, drug and alcohol testing for Occupational Health and also the Transitional Care Unit at Heritage Place, where I performed assessments, medication administration and wound care.

  • If you could spend a week anywhere in the world, where would it be?

    Getting lost anywhere in the world that offers a new experience or adventure would be wonderful. Trying new things, smelling new scents and seeing new sights; all of it and anywhere sounds perfect. To further that, possibly lost with purpose, maybe a medical mission in another country.

  • What do you enjoy doing when you are not working?

    I grew up in a city, at least by comparison to the town I currently live in. So during my off time, I like to explore. Taking my kiddos hiking, on road trips and experiencing Montana like a tourist.

  • What draws you most to this type of work?

    Goals to be the good in this world.

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1605 Danielson Rd Kalispell, MT 59901
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