Phone: 417-732-3640


Degrees and Certifications:


Laura Ramey, LPN

Once a tiger, always a tiger; as I attended K-12th grade in the district.  Taking care of 1300+ students and staff is a challenge that I take seriously; with a dash of humor for levity.  My nursing background began in the OBGYN world, but school nursing is my calling.  Some of the causes very close to my heart are those related to child abuse awareness and prevention, autism, our military service members and their families, and mental health awareness.  Outside of school, I enjoy my kids, classic muscle cars, nature hikes, and good music.  Thanks for stopping by.  Have a great day.  -Nurse Laura 
"It was only a sunny smile, and little it cost in the giving; but like morning light, it scattered the night, and made the day worth living."
-F. Scott Fitzgerald



Degrees and Certifications:


Ashley Dlouhy, HCA

Hi!  My name is Ashley Dlouhy and I am the Health Care Aide at RMS. I love working at RMS!!! I have always worked with children or in healthcare, so working at RMS is the perfect blend of both worlds!!!


As a parent of a child with Autism I have a huge place in my heart for those with special needs and the families that love them. I have learned from personal experience that those who care for our children all day while we are at work can make or break a child. They can cause damage in so many ways or they can build up that child for success in even the "smallest" areas of life. RMS has been the perfect place for me to pursue my greatest passion of helping those who are so often misunderstood. Not just those with Autism but every student I come in contact with. One thing I have learned from my son is that our needs as humans are not always visible from the outside. 


My RMS teammates are some of the best around when it comes to caring for all the possible needs a student could have. I am proud to work with each and every one of them to help meet the needs of your child!!!


"Our greatest fear should not be of failure, but of succeeding at something that doesn't really matter."

-D.L. Moody

MS team