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Washington Unified School District 

Nurse and Health Services

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ERA TERESA AGDON, BS, RN, PHN, Credentialed
eagdon@wusd.k12.ca.us
 
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SAMANTHA BURR, BSN, RN, PHN
sburr@wusd.k12.ca.us
 
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AYOUNG LEE, RN
alee@wusd.k12.ca.us
 
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KERRY LINDGREN, MSN, RN, PHN Credentialed
klindgren@wusd.k12.ca.us
HEALTH AIDES
Bridgeway island - Elisa Brown
westfield village - nan giordanengo
stonegate elementary - ivonne baumann
Elkhorn Village - Thora Macias
Riverbank elementary - robin courtright
river city high school - michelle heinze
southport elementary - destiney stra
westmore oaks - Norma Gomez

HEALTH AIDES
Bridgeway island - Elisa Brown
westfield village - nan giordanengo
stonegate elementary - ivonne baumann
Elkhorn Village - Thora Macias
Riverbank elementary - robin courtright
river city high school - michelle heinze
southport elementary - destiney stra
westmore oaks - Norma Gomez

                              
Best Handwashing Practices and Respiratory Etiquette

Best Handwashing Practices and Respiratory Etiquette

Immunization Update 

Immunization Update 

Federal vaccination laws

No US federal vaccination laws exist, but all 50 states have laws requiring children attending public school to be vaccinated against diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis (generally in a DTaP vaccine); polio (an IPV vaccine); measles and rubella (generally in an MMR vaccine); and varicella (chickenpox). 

California Department of Public Health

https://www.cdph.ca.gov

K-12 Immunization Guide

http://eziz.org/assets/docs/IMM-222School.pdf

California State Vaccine Requirements

https://www.nvic.org/Vaccine-Laws/state-vaccine-requirements/california.aspx

 
 
Sick Day Guidelines

Sick Day Guidelines

Your child should stay home if:

1. Fever of 100.4 or higher
2. Has more than one episode of vomiting or diarrhea
3. Your child is unable to participate in school due to:
    - Being tired
    -Lack of appetite
    -Frequently coughing or sneezing   
 
24 hour rule:
1. Severe sore throat - especially if the sore throat is accompanied by a headache, stomach ache, or rash. If your child has these symptoms, call your doctor. The child may have         strep throat without a fever
2. Keep your child home until his/her fever has been gone for 24 hours without medicine.
3. Keep your child home until 24 hours after the last episode of vomiting or diarrhea.
4.. Keep your child home until 24 hours after the first dose of antibiotics.
 

INFLUENZA (FLU) GUIDELINES - CDC

https://www.cdc.gov/flu/index.htm

 
IMPORTANT HEALTH RELATED FORMS

IMPORTANT HEALTH RELATED FORMS

Sherri Marston, Health Clerk

(916) 375-7740 ext 3607 smarston@wusd.k12.ca.us