• Welcome to CCHS home of the Knights!!

      Hello Knights family!! I am Nikki Broome, BSN, RN, NCSN (although many kids call me "Nurse Nikki"). This is my sixth year with Currituck County Schools and my fourth year being a proud member of the Currituck HS Knight family! One thing I'd like you to know about me is that I genuinely love being a school nurse. Please feel free to call me with any questions you may have throughout the year. Your child's health is my main focus, and I value good communication!
    I am available via phone: (252) 453-0014 ext.3017
    or email: nbroome@currituck.k12.nc.us
     If you leave home, know your 3 Ws! (explanation below)

    If you leave home, practice your Ws: Wear, Wait, Wash

    • Wear a cloth mask over your nose and mouth.

    • Wait 6 feet apart. Avoid close contact.

    • Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer.

    These actions can protect our families and neighbors as the state works to ease restrictions while the virus is still circulating.

    WHY we wear a mask...please watch this video

    This chart provides a good reference for when to keep your child home from school, and when they can return after an illness. Please remember, by keeping your child home when they are sick, not only will they heal faster, but it will also be helping to reduce the spread of illness around the school and throughout the community.
    When to keep a sick child home
    Per school board policy NO SCHOOL MAY ADMINISTER ANY MEDICATION WHICH INCLUDES BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO: TYLENOL, IBUPROFEN, ANY PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION. If at any time your child will require any medication to be taken during school hours they MUST have the Permission to Administer form (see link below) filled out by physician. There are NO exceptions to this policy. Your child may not carry any medication on themselves unless this form is on file in my office. If they are caught with any medication on them there will be consequences, up to suspension, depending on administrators' decisions. Please print off this form and take it with you if you think the Doctor may prescribe any medication to be given at school (think about pain reliever, Midol, etc.). There is also a form for permission to self-carry a medication (see link below). This form must also have a physician's signature.
    Random Drug Testing Policy 

    If you have any questions regarding this policy feel free to call me at 453-0014 ext 3017

    Resource for parents and teens about prescription drug abuse

    Find Teen Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers Near You


    Text Ditch Juul to 88709 or Call 1-800-quit-now. Free and confidential

    (Teresa Beardsley, Region 9 Tobacco and Prevention Control Manager, 2020)

    Crisis CHAT line

    Our school district and our school are committed to providing resources to all students and families to ensure emotional well-being, healthy living, and wellness in all aspects of one’s life.  Thus, Currituck County High School is pleased to inform you of a Crisis CHAT line that is available for all staff, students, parents, family, and friends, that will offer online emotional support 24 hours a day.  Trained chat specialists are available to assist individuals who are depressed, going through a hard time, need to talk, or having thoughts of hurting themselves. Any life issues may be discussed utilizing the Crisis CHAT line.  The goal of Integrated Family Services’ Crisis CHAT line is to help you and others reduce stress and feel empowered to make healthy decisions. To utilize this free service, simply go to


    and click the “chat with us” icon at the top of the page.

Last Modified on April 15, 2021