Across the country, school nurses are adjusting to the new normal of the epidemic. They’re still managing everything from skinned knees and allergic reactions, to chronic disease care and mental health issues. But now they’re also on the front lines of trying to stop the spread of the new coronavirus as schools reopen. They’re contact tracing, enforcing mask wearing, screening for symptoms, conducting disease surveillance, and educating teachers and staff about how and when to use personal protective equipment. They’re the ones who will be called if a child or teacher is showing any warning signs of COVID-19 in class.