Sandie Tracy, RN
Director of Nursing Services
The Northshore School District has a long-standing commitment to student health and wellness. Each school has a registered nurse available to provide a wide range of services. At the beginning of each year nurses collect student health information to plan for needs during the school day. Click here for a list of provided services.
If you have questions or concerns about your student's health or need resources, please contact your school's nurse.
News and Updates
"Not In My Backyard"
On Nov. 7th, 2013 the PTAs from Bothell High School, Inglemoor High School and Woodinville High School jointly sponsored an informational panel discussion at the Northshore Performing Arts Center. The program "Not in My Backyard" is an example of school communities and staff coming together to promote safe and drug free schools and comminities. More information can be found in the Healthy Youth Survey results (Adobe reader required) shared at the event.
Maywood Hills Elementary Honored for Work on Immunizations
Maywood Hills Elementary was named a 2013 Health Champion by the Washington State Public Health Association as a result of School Nurse Peggy Sturm's leadership in bringing the school community together in support of immunizations. See the Video for the the whole story.
Information on Meningococcal Disease and Human Papillomavirus (HPV)
For Parents/Guardians of students in grades 6-12
As of July 2005, schools in Washington are required by the legislature to provide information at the beginning of each school year on Meningococcal Disease and the HPV virus to parents/guardians of students in grades 6-12 (RCW 28A.210.080).This includes information on characteristics of the disease, how the disease is spread, current vaccination recommendations and how to obtain additional information. Click here for more information.