Welcome to the Health Room website! If you have any questions please call or stop by during office hours. Your school nurse is Dani Cullen and your health room specialist is Maya Quinn. We are a resource for your student(s) and family support in health care needs ranging from acute injuries, sicknesses, and any health condition that can affect your student during the school day. If you student requires any medication at school, prescribed or Over-the-Counter (OTC), please call the health room.

When to Alert the Health Room

Please call, email or fax the Nurse (425) 837-4034 when your student has been hospitalized, seen in an Emergency Department or been diagnosed with an illness. This will help in returning safely to school and modifying any activities at school that may be a barrier to healing. The nurse can help in developing a baseline to gauge worsening/improvement through the school day.

When to keep your student home

Please keep your child home if you answered yes to any of the following questions:

  • Fever:  Does your child have a fever over 100 degrees F orally? Temperature should remain normal (98.6 degrees) for 24 hours without any fever reducing medication before returning to school.
  • Sore Throat: Is it accompanied by fever, headache, stomachache or swollen glands?  
  • Vomiting:  Has your child vomited two or more times in a 24 hour period?
  • Diarrhea:  Has there been more than one occurrence in a 24 hour period?
  • Eyes:  Are your child's eyes crusty, bright red and/or discharging yellow or green fluid?
  • Nasal discharge (yellow or greenish):  Is there colorful nasal mucus that is accompanied by a fever or other symptoms of an upper respiratory infection?
  • Cough:  Does your child have a persistent, productive cough?
  • Appearance/Behavior:  Is your child unusually tired, pale, have a lack of appetite, difficult to awaken, or confused?
  • Rash:  Does your child have a body rash not associated with heat, eczema, or an allergic reaction to a medication?
  • Head lice - Please contact the school nurse if any indication of head lice.