School Health & Nursing Services
Educational guide with recommendations, forms, resources, and other information necessary to provide a safe learning environment at school and during nonacademic activities for students with life-threatening allergies.
Health conditions-from asthma to vision screening-and their associated laws and regulations. Includes resources for emergency preparedness, infection control, medications, and more.
Information about home/hospital instruction is provided to students who are temporarily unable to attend school due to a disability or illness.
Resources for parents and guardians, including options for seeking a copy of immunization records, requirements, available health care services, vaccine forms, and other immunization information.
Resources for schools, administrators, parents, and families on decreasing exposure to communicable diseases, while limiting the disruption of day-to-day activities and vital learning.
Information and resources about nutrition in the school-age years to improve academic performance and help build lifelong eating habits that contribute to a student's overall well-being.
The School Nurse Corps (SNC) program helps to ensure that all students in Washington have access to registered nursing services. Access to a registered nurse promotes student safety, improves attendance, fosters academic achievement, reduces health and educational disparities, and contributes to creating an engaged and informed citizenry and workforce.
Health Services provides consultation to school nurses, administrators, staff, families, and students in order to reduce barriers to learning and better assure a safe and healthy school environment.