The Health Room provides support for students who become ill or injured at school. In addition, the Health Room staff ensures that all vaccinations and emergency plans are current and conducts annual hearing & vision screenings.
The Health Room is open to students from 8:30-3:15 Monday through Friday and during ESS. The Health Room is staffed by our health room coordinator, Ann Marie Thompson, and parent volunteers.
Health room volunteering is a great service job. Parents select a day and time to work every other week. The daily morning shifts are from 8:30-10am. Afternoon shifts are offered on Monday and Wednesdays from 1:45-3:15pm.
If you have any questions, please email Ann Marie Thompson.
Annual Vision & Hearing Screenings are scheduled for the mornings of October 21, 22 and 23, 2019
We need volunteers to help with the screenings - thank you for your assistance!
Monday, October 21: KA, KB, 1B and 3A
Tuesday, October 22: 2A, 2B, 3B and all 7th graders
Thursday, October 24: 1A, 5A and 5B
If you have any questions about volunteering for the health screening, please contact Kelly Bach at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Required Health Forms
- Policy for Student Medications at School
- Life Threatening Conditions
- Other Information
- SHS follows WA State code that all student medications must have a completed Authorization for Medication form signed by both the child’s physician and parent.
- This policy applies to both prescription and all over the counter medications such as anti-histamines, cough drops Tylenol etc.
- The completed Authorization for Medication form and medications must be turned into the health room where they will be kept and administered by staff only.
- Washington State permits inhalers to be carried and self-administered by a student if on the Authorization for Medication form both the physician and parent has given permission.
- Immunization Policy
- Required Immunization Documentation for New Students
- Vaccines Required for K-12 School Attendance
- Vaccines Required for Pre-K School Attendance
- Certificate of Immunization Status (CIS)
- Certificate of Exemption (COE) Personal and religious exemptions will no longer be accepted based on a ruling by the Archdiocese of Seattle. Medical exemptions will be accepted.
Guides & Information
- Flu Information - Parent Flu guide from the CDC
- Lice Information - Information regarding lice from King Country
- CDC School Concussion Information -Heads Up to Schools: Know Your Concussion ABCs
- Washington State Department of Health- Immunization information for schools & childcare.
- Center for Disease Control - Center for Childhood Immunizations.
- American Academy of Pediatrics - Dedicated to the health of all children.
- Food Allergy an Anaphylaxis Network - Network for people who have food allergies.
- FamilyDoctor.org - Health information for the whole family.
We are required by Washington State law to inform you about the availability of information on HPV disease (RCW 28A.210.080). If you have questions about the requirements of the law, please contact your school or your state representative.
To learn more about HPV, cancer prevention, and the HPV vaccine, visit the Washington State Department of Health website . You can also view the department’s brochure that contains detailed information.