The Washington Department of Health considers the risk of infection to the general public to be low.Read More
Talk to the staff from International Community Health Services (ICHS) and the Highland Middle School Health Center and they have a lot of powerful stories despite that the health center is only in its third year of operation. Staff and health practitioners give students access to care, but they also help to teach students to advocate for themselves.Read More
If you have not dropped off your student’s 2019-20 life-saving medications and/or orders to your school nurse, you can drop them off this summer at the school district central office.Read More
Medical orders and unexpired medications will be collected now for the 2019-20 school year.Read More
On May 4, 2017, Governor Inslee signed Substitute Senate Bill 5404 which took effect immediately. A new section was added to the medication in school law (RCW 28A.210.260) that allows students to have FDA-approved topical sunscreen at school without a prescription from a licensed health care professional.