The Day-to-Day:

Lost & Found:

We encourage parents of primary students to label their child's clothing. Lost and found items labeled with the student name are returned to the student promptly. All other items are hung on a rack outside the gym. Unclaimed items are sent to Clothes For Kids at Winter break and Summer break.

Accidents or Illness at School:

Our school nurse is in our building one day per week. Consequently, if a child is injured at school, staff members trained in first aid will most likely provide treatment. If we believe it is necessary, we will call 911. The parent will be notified immediately, and if we cannot reach the parent, the designated emergency contact will be called.

If your child becomes ill at school, the office staff will take the child’s temperature and determine if the child should be sent home. The parent will be notified to pick up the child. If we cannot reach the parent, the designated emergency contact will be called. For their comfort and well-being, children who are sick must be sent home. Our health room is not adequate for sick care.

Please keep your child home at the first sign of a communicable disease. Please notify the office immediately if your child gets scabies, pink eye, or anything else that is easily shared.

Medication at School:

Sometimes children need to have medication administered during school hours. District and state regulations require us to follow these guidelines:

  • We must have written doctor’s instructions and written parent permission. Forms are available from the school office and on the District website on the Frequently Requested Forms page.

  • Medication must be in the original prescription container, which shows the student’s name, the name of the medication, the prescribed dosage and time, and the name of the prescribing physician.

  • We ask that parents or guardians bring all medications to the school office. Office staff will count the doses, log the medication, and issue a written receipt. Please do not send medication with your student.

Please call our office if you have any questions regarding medication at school. You may also contact our school nurse, Nancy Varg, at 425-431-2079.

After School Play Dates/Social Plans

Play dates and social plans must be arranged and approved by the parents or guardians before students arrive at school. Students may not come to the office after school and make calls to arrange activities. The office requests a written note from home when students will be accompanying other students to their homes to insure that the plans have been approved by both sets of parents and guardians.

Last Modified on May 11, 2011
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