Health Services

Health Conditions

If your child has a potentially life threatening health conditionwe need a new care plan and if needed, an authorization for your child to have a medication at school, each school year. The school lists most life threatening health conditions as asthma with a rescue inhaler, allergy with an EpiPen prescribed, seizures, diabetes with insulin and heart conditions.

All forms must be completed & signed by parent and licensed health care provider (LHCP) and received in your child’s school health room prior to classes starting on the first day of school. If an emergency medication is prescribed, they need to have the medication on the bus as well.

Please be aware that the forms can be found under each health concern in this webpage under  >Parent forms for Student Health Conditions. 

If your child has had an emergency medication in the past, but you feel they no longer need it, then we have to have a LHCP note stating that they no longer need the medication at school.

The School Nurse will be available during regular school hours starting August 26, 2019. Please call Sonja at 360-477-7728, with any questions or concerns.

Clallam County Department of Health and Human Services

111 E. 3rd Street-Port Angeles, WA 98362_ Phone 360-417-2303- Fax 360-452-

From:   Allison Berry Unthank, MD, MPH, Clallam County Health Officer


Health Services staff will be performing school vision and hearing screening for grades Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 5th and 7th grade students. Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns.

Thank you,

Sonja Bittner RN
District Nurse

Sequim School District Annual Vision and Hearing Screening

WAC 246-760-020

Frequency for schools to screen children.

(1) A school shall conduct auditory and distance vision and near vision acuity screening of children:

(a) In kindergarten and grades one, two, three, five, and seven; and

(b) Showing symptoms of possible loss in auditory or visual acuity and who are referred to the district by parents, guardians, school staff, or student self-report.

(2) If resources are available, a school may:

(a) Expand vision screening to any other grade;

(b) Conduct other optional vision screenings at any grade using evidence-based screening tools and techniques; or

(c) Expand vision screening to other grades and conduct optional vision screenings as outlined in (a) and (b) of this subsection.

(3) If resources permit, schools shall annually conduct auditory screening for children at other grade levels.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.210.020. WSR 17-03-009, § 246-760-020, filed 1/4/17, effective 7/1/17. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.210.200. WSR 02-20-079, § 246-760-020, filed 9/30/02, effective 10/31/02. Statutory Authority: RCW 43.20.050. WSR 91-02-051 (Order 124B), recodified as § 246-760-020, filed 12/27/90, effective 1/31/91. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.31.030. WSR 87-22-010 (Order 306), § 248-148-021, filed 10/26/87.]



Dear Parent/Legal Guardian:

In response to the growing threat of HIV to our population, the 1988 Washington State Legislature mandated that a program of prevention education be presented to students yearly, beginning with the 5th grade.  The Sequim School District #323 has adopted an appropriate program for HIV/AIDS prevention education with the advice of educators, parents, and community members.  This is a graduation requirement and includes students in the Running Start program (alternative essay information is available in the Sequim High School Office). 

Sequim High School 9-12th grade students will be attending an HIV/AIDS class on Monday Feb. 4th, 2019.  The HIV/AIDS class will be taught in your student’s DEN class.

Two parent preview meetings were held in October 2018, to allow parents to preview the curriculum. State law provides that a parent or guardian must attend such a meeting before they can have their child or legal ward excused from participation in the HIV prevention program. 

If you have any questions, please call Sonja Bittner, School Nurse at 360-477-7728


 SmileMobile Schedule 

The SmileMobile dental clinic is coming to Sequim 
Sequim Boys and Girls Club 400 W Fir St. 

Schedule a dental exam now by calling:

The SmileMobile is a fully-equipped 3 chair (user friendly for left handed dentists) mobile dental clinic that travels the state year-round providing dental care to children from low-income families.

The SmileMobile is recruiting volunteers, including dentists, hygienists and dental assistants, for all sites. Up to 7 CDE’s are available to dentists and up to 5 CDE’s for hygienists volunteering on the SmileMobile. Please contact Karri Amundson 206.276.1620 or



Sequim School District
Health Services Staff
Contact Us

School Nurse 
Sonja Bittner BSN, RN

Health Services Specialist 
Ardis Mangano

Helen Haller Health Clerk
Cherie Hendrickson

Middle School Health Clerk
Jennifer Meysenberg

High School Health Clerk 
Celene Frick

Greywolf Health Clerk
Jane Sallee