Amy Dark, MSN, BA, RN, CSNT

School Nurse


Amy E. Dark, MSN, BA, RN, Certified School Nurse-Teacher is a registered nurse who specialized in school health for 15 years in Rhode Island. Amy has focused interest in K-12 health education within her  practice as a school nurse-teacher, participating in the Rhode Island Health Education Framework Advisory Group and collaborating with school health colleagues to provide current, evidence-based health curriculum to students of all grade levels. Amy holds a Master of Science in Nursing, Population and Public Health from Rhode Island College and uses her nursing and health education experience to care for all learners and support state and federal vaccination program initiatives, a key component in school health and wellness. Amy is a Doctor of Nursing Practice student at the University of New Hamshire, focusing on Quality Improvement and Leadership.


University of Rhode Island
Kingston, Rhode Island, United States
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, 2021
2020 To 2021

Rhode Island College
Providence, Rhode Island, United States
Master of Science in Nursing, 2023
Population and Public Health Nursing
2021 To 2023
Dissertation: The Role of the School Nurse in Reducing Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine Hesitancy
Advisor: Linda Mendona, DNP, MEd, RN, NCSN, PHNA-BC, FNASN

Community College of Rhode Island
Lincoln, Rhode Island, United States
ADN, 2004
2002 To 2004

University of Rhode Island
Kingston, Rhode Island, United States
BA, 1991
Political Science
1987 To 1991

Job History

School Nurse Teacher
Glocester, RI, United States
February 2013 - present