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Brandi Daniel

Dear Fayetteville Families,

 

I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself to those who I have not had the privilege to meet yet.  My name is Brandi Daniel, and I am the nurse here at Fayetteville ISD. I joined the FISD family in August 2016. I have 12 years of experience as a Licensed Vocational Nurse, specializing in pediatric medicine and family practice. My goal as your nurse is to utilize my knowledge and skills to not only care for your children on a daily as needed basis, but also to ensure a safe environment, and medical emergency preparedness.
Please feel free to contact me by phone or email with any questions or concerns you may have. It is a blessing for me to be here caring for your children, their safety and health is my number one priority.
 
Thank you,
Brandi Daniel, LVN
 

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