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Health Services

As a department, our focus is supporting student health & academic success.  We are committed to contributing to a healthy & safe environment in which all students can learn. Our department is comprised of a lead nurse, several school nurses and health room assistants. We work closely with students, their families & school staff to promote better health & greater learning. Our team is responsible for mandated health screenings, immunization compliance, assessment of student health needs, development & implementation of required individual health/emergency plans, some health training and education for students and staff & other health related issues that are present in the educational setting. Questions or concerns surrounding your student’s health related to school are best addressed by your student's school nurse.  Staff assignments and hyperlinks to the school nurses' email can be found to the right.  

Ill Symptoms - When to keep students home from school & guidance for return
As we return to school, please be aware that COVID continues to be a public health concern that requires schools to follow State and County guidelines. SVSD has a central  web location to help families find the most up-to-date school-related COVID information, including flowcharts to determine when students can return to school.   It is important to understand that COVID and cold symptoms are primarily the SAME, sometimes very minor yet still contagious.  Once COVID is ruled out, use the guidance linked here to help determine when your student would be considered well enough to return. 

Each student’s health status has a direct relation to their ability to profit from educational experiences. Preventing the spread of illness within the school setting is our best tool to keep the students healthy and our school community members play a vital role in this. If there is any question about the student’s health status, please make arrangements to keep him/her at home. This preventive step benefits your child and our school community. 

Health Notifications:

Link to District Covid updates



New Washington State Law taking effect which limits exemptions to Measles containing vaccine. 


Cascade View Elementary
Nurse: Demi Watts  &  Angela Saxon   

Chief Kanim Middle School
Nurse:  Jenny Dalgleish 

Fall City Elementary
Nurse: Katie Kieffer

Mt. Si & Two Rivers
Main Campus: Amy McCrery
Freshman Campus: Miranda Breshears
Health Room Assistant: 
Katie Olmschenk

North Bend Elementary
Nurse: Missy Fones

Opstad Elementary
Nurse: Bree Lowewen

Parent Partnership Program
Nurse: Shani Kapoor
Assistant: Katie Olmschenk

Snoqualmie Elementary & Preschool
Nurse:  Shelby Boehm

Snoqualmie Middle School
Nurse: Shani Kapoor
Assistant: Katie Olmschenk

Timber Ridge Elementary
Nurse:  Adrienne Richards 

Transition Learning Center/Child Care Center
Nurse:  Julie Choudhuri 

Twin Falls Middle School
Nurse:  Tracy Spradlin