A Note from the Nurse – Planning for next school year:
Medications for 2020-21
New Medication Forms must be completed by the parent/guardian and health care provider for the 2020-21 school year. Medication authorization forms expire at the end of each school year. Make sure you make your request to the health care provider before August. Clinics get very busy and may not be able to complete your request if submitted after mid- August. New medication forms must have a start date on or after August 1st, 2020, or say 2020-21 school year to be valid for next school year.
Medication Authorization Forms can be found on the NSD website www.nsd.org
Students with Life Threatening Conditions
Per state law, medication/treatment forms signed by health care provider and parent/guardian, all supplies, and a health care plan must be in place before the first day of school attendance. You must contact the nurse to prepare or update the health care plan the week before school starts to prepare for your student’s safe attendance. A telephone or in-person appointment may be scheduled by contacting the nurse by email or phone during the last week of August.
phone: (425) 408-5206 email@example.com
**New for next school Year** - All students entering school must have heath care provider verification of all immunizations. Immunization requirements must be up-to-date before the first day of school attendance in the 2020-21 school year. Please see the link below for the new requirements.
*2020-21 Immunization Requirements
Free Meals for Children
NSD Community Assistance Web Page
During the COVID-19 outbreak, our community has come together to provide assistance to families in need. The following organizations are ready to help with food, housing, healthcare and more. click here
School Nurse Substitutes are Needed
Are you a Registered Nurse who might be interested in exploring the rewards of school-based nursing, supplementing work hours or simply maintaining nursing licensure credentials? We would love to discuss available opportunities as a substitute school nurse with the Northshore School District -- this is a great way to transition into community nursing with K-12 school age children.
Contact: Rebecca Cavanaugh
Health and Nursing Supervisor