On Wednesday, November 15, 2023, Bellevue School District will bring together experts from local, state and federal agencies to provide a comprehensive look at the dangers of fentanyl and opioids in our community. The program will take place at Sammamish High School Read More
Want your student to start school on time next year? Make an appointment now to complete:
- Vaccinations – Sign up for MyIR (My Immunization Record) to see if your student needs any school required immunizations.
- Individual Health Plans (IHP) for Asthma, Diabetes, Life Threatening Allergies, Seizures and other life-threatening conditions (complete yearly)
- Medication authorization paperwork for medicine taken at school (complete yearly)
- Sports physicals if your student will play high school sports (complete every two years)
Many clinics charge $20 or more to complete paperwork outside an appointment.
Carrie Lang, MSN, RN, NCSN
Director of Special Education, Health Services
Bellevue School District’s dedicated team of school nurses works daily to champion the health and well-being of every student within our community. We believe that each child deserves access to top-notch healthcare and support while in an educational setting. We are committed to promoting student success through exceptional nursing care, in line with the highest standards of school nursing practice.
Our school nurses are more than just healthcare providers; they are advocates, caregivers, and educators. They work tirelessly to ensure that our students are safe, healthy, and prepared for the challenges of each school day. Through proactive health assessments, timely interventions, and health education, our nurses empower students to make informed decisions about their well-being.
Our school nurses work to create a learning environment where every student can thrive, where health and learning go hand in hand. We take great pride in advancing school nursing practice and improving student outcomes within our community.
- COVID-19 Health and Safety
- School Module for Immunization Records
- School Nurses
- Required Health Forms
- Individual Health Plans
- Too Sick for School?
- Vision & Hearing Screening
- Health Resources
- Fentanyl Crisis Resources
The Bellevue School District regularly monitors air quality and takes guidance from the Washington State Department of Health about school activities that take place outdoors such as recess and physical education (PE), as well as athletic practices and games, based on the air quality index.Read More
On August 30 and August 31, BSD, alongside state and local partners, will hold health fairs to inform our community and make childhood immunizations readily accessible.Read More
Incoming Superintendent, Dr. Kelly Aramaki, shares a message with BSD families around the dangers of fentanyl and vaping and how to access life-saving resources.Read More
According to King County officials, families in the area are facing a dangerous reality that fatal fentanyl overdoses are on the rise. The district has shared resources to help families learn more about fentanyl, how to recognize the signs of overdose, how to use Naloxone, and more. Read More
According to public health authorities, communities across our state and around the U.S. are experiencing an unprecedented surge in viral respiratory illnesses, including respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), influenza and COVID-19. The district encourages students, staff and families to consider wearing masks in indoor settings to help slow the current spread.Read More