Understanding when to keep children home from school who may be sick is important to helping keep others healthy. Follow this guide for the most updated information.
IMMUNIZATION for the 2022-2023 School Year
Students are not allowed to begin school without being up to date with their vaccinations.
Required vaccinations prior to the first day of kindergarten:
Before 7th grade students need 1 Tdap
Kathy Dodson, BSN, RN 360-318-6044
Margaret Vailencour, Family Community Services, 360-354-1549
Una Clínica gratis para las vacunas escolares
Los estudiantes que no tienen todas sus vacunas no están permitidos de empezar el año escolar.
Vacunas Requeridas antes del primer día del Kínder:
Antes del grado 7: 1 Tdap
Kathy Dodson, BSN, RN: 360-318-6044
Margaret Vailencour, Servicios para Familias: 360-354-1549
Auth. for Administration of Oral Medication
Bee Sting and Allergy/Anaphylaxis
Vaccines Required for School – English
Vaccines Required for School – Spanish
Vaccine Certificate of Exemption
Diabetes Health Care – English
Diabetes Health Care – Spanish
Sick Day Guidelines
HIV/AIDS Opt-Out – English
HIV/AIDS Opt-Out – Spanish
Human Growth & Development Opt-Out – English
Human Growth & Development Opt-Out – Spanish
Special Dietary Needs
Immunizations: A chart of the required immunizations for school entrance is available to view in the printable forms list. Your student will not be allowed to enter school without appropriate immunizations and dates given, an appointment for immunizations, or a completed exemption form.
Oral Medications: Because of changes in Washington State law in regards to administration of oral medication at school, the following rules now apply:
BOTH PRESCRIPTION AND NON-PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION (including Tylenol, ASA, Advil, Motrin, cough drops, cold medications, and other over-the-counter drugs) must be furnished to the school in the ORIGINAL container and must include the student’s name, name of the medication, amount to be given, along with the Oral Medication form (available below) signed by both the parent and physician. All medication should be ready to be administered and must not require any preparation by office staff.
Medicine may not be delivered by the student or bus driver. It is the parent’s responsibility to deliver and maintain and adequate supply. If the medication is delivered by the student or bus driver, the medication WILL NOT be dispensed and the parent will be notified.
Head Lice Information: Helpful information can be found here or you can contact your school nurse or family doctor with questions. Click here for the District Policy.
Student Medical Alerts/Food Allergies: Parents should contact the school nurse so that an appropriate care plan can be developed.
Please see the school calendar for the dates of the following:
Human Growth Classes: Presented to 5th grade students
HIV Classes: Presented in 5th – 12th grade
Hearing and Vision: Grades K-5 and 7th are screened