Health Services Department
What is social distancing?
- Staying away from large gatherings
- Minimizing personal contact with other people
- Maintaining a 6’ or greater distance from people in public places, meetings, church, etc
What else can you do?
- Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds, with soap and warm water
- Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue and throw it away – wash your hands again
- If soap and water are not available use hand sanitizer
- Try not to touch common area hard surfaces (door knobs, tables, etc) and/or wipe frequently with disinfecting wipes or bleach water to keep them clean
When should I stay home (self-isolation)?
- If your health care provider has recommended/directed you to
- If you have symptoms of respiratory illness
- If you have a temperature over 100.4
Do not return to work, school/child care until 72 hours (3 days) after all symptoms have disappeared.
This is about your health, but please remember that this is also about stopping the spread of illness to the more vulnerable people in our community.
Please remember that in order for your child to obtain their class schedule, immunizations must be current, or a Certificate of Exemption signed by your physician must be on file.
Additional vaccine information can be found at The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.
School Year Form InformationIndividualized Health Care Plan / Emergency Care Plan
White River School District 416 Board Policy 3413 addresses Student Immunizations. This policy is in accordance with Washington State Law and addresses information specific to immunization requirements. The Washington Department of Health Certificate of Immunization Status, required on enrollment and referenced in the district's board policy can be found in the Health Services Student Forms links below.
If your child has any health concerns such as asthma, anaphylaxis, seizures or diabetes, please contact the nurse at your child's school.