Jayne Lindsey

School Nurse

Hometown:  Mineral Point

High school graduated from: Mineral Point

College: Jayne earned her Associate of Science from Cardinal Stritch University and her Bachelor of Science from Western Governors University, both in Nursing. 

Previous employment: Most recently, Jayne has been employed at the SSM Dean Multispecialty Clinic/Infusion Clinic in Dodgeville. She also served as the School Nurse in the Barneveld School District from December 2018-March 2020. She also has previous nursing experience at Southwest Health in Platteville, Gundersen in La Crosse, and SSM Dean in Madison.

Family: Jayne is married to Ian, also a Mineral Point graduate. They have four children: Bo in 4th grade, Olive in 2nd grade, Veda in Pre-K, and Parker Jo in preschool. 

Hobbies/Free time interests: Jayne loves to be active and she and Ian enjoy outdoor activities with their kids, including walking, hiking, biking, swimming, kayaking, and snowshoeing. Jayne also likes running, yoga, weight-lifting, and volleyball. She is currently working toward a goal of completing her first half-marathon. Jayne loves to bake and try new recipes, especially cheesecakes. She likes to read and listen to podcasts and books on tape. They have a vegetable garden they take care of together with the kids and always have a home improvement project they are working on.

What attracted you to apply in #PointerNation?:  I am most enthusiastic about being the school nurse at the Mineral Point Unified School District because I will have the opportunity to be a part of encouraging healthy choices for and by the kids in my hometown. I am excited to get to know more students and teachers at the school where my children attend and to expand and share my nursing knowledge in a community nursing setting.

Quotable: “I have been a registered nurse for over nine years and have found community health and preventative care continue to be areas of interest for me. I believe developing healthy habits must begin at a young age for people to be successful at maintaining healthy lifestyles as adults. Children should receive education that empowers them to make healthy choices and be encouraged and celebrated along the way.”