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Welcome to Health Services for the Cle Elum-Roslyn School District

Wellness Checklist: Parent guidelines and parameters for

keeping your child at home. We value the safety and health of your child and

work hard to stay in compliance with Department of health guidelines and

school protocols for reducing infection rates among school age children. Here

is a list of some of the more prominent infection reducing protocols for

wellness in our school.

If student has a fever of 100 F or more, the student should stay home for

24 hours after the temperature returns to normal and remains normal without

fever reducing medicines.

If student has nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea, it is suggested the student

stay home until 24 hours after the last episode. As a rule of thumb, complete 24

hours of wellness before returning to school.

If student has any eye drainage or skin rash that may be disease-related or

if the cause is unknown, check with the family physician before sending the

student to school. DOH guidelines requires sending students to Dr with any

white ( crusty) or yellow drainage from probable conjunctivitis, and a DR note

before returning to school. As a rule of thumb return student to school after 24

hours of eye medication if prescribed, and when symptoms are under control .

□ If student is home ill, please call the school daily to report illness. Please

also check in with nurse before returning to class for the above mentioned


Remember: Children with an infectious disease can spread the disease when

they are in contact with others in the family or in the community.

For more detailed information on when to keep sick children home, please click here

Matt Chase, Elementary School Principal

Lara Gregorich-Bennett, Middle School Principal

Brenda Lindstrom, RN School District Nurse

Washington State’s New Chickenpox Vaccine Requirement for Grades 7 - 12

Specific Health Information & Forms

Avoid the Flu - some useful information!

Medications at School and on Field Trips

The health services program is here to support your student's health needs and our staff is trained to administer medications.  If your student requires daily medications for overnight field trips you will also need to fill out the medical authorization form. Please note that all medications brought to school or for field trips, including over-the-counter, must be brought to the health room and require the following:
For more information regarding medications at school please see CERSD policy 3416.

Nurse & Health Services
Mon - Fri: 7:45 to 4:25

All hours are at the ES/MS buildings except as listed below:

High School Hours
Mon-Fri: 12:45 to 2:00

Swiftwater School
Alternating Thursdays:
9:00 to 11:25

Contact the Nurse:

Elementary/Middle School: 509-649-4705

High School: 

Email:  School Nurse