Please contact the School nurse if your student has a health concern so a health plan can be implemented.


Student Health Plans:

Students with life-threatening conditions (severe allergies, asthma, diabetes, seizures, and some cardiac conditions) are mandated by Washington State Law to have medication and/or treatment orders, and an Emergency Care Plan in place, prior to the first day of school.


Medications at School:

Students who must take medication (prescription or over-the-counter) or have rescue medications at school because of a life-threatening condition, are required to have an updated Medication Authorization form (available at school or on the Cedarcrest High School or RSD web-site) with written instructions and signature from their Licensed Health Care Provider on file at school each school year.



IMPORTANT:  Complete immunization records or a signed exemption form are required by Washington State law for school attendance. 


An Up-to-date immunization record is required for school attendance per Riverview School District Policy P3005-6 and WAC 246-105-030 - Immunization of child care and school children against certain vaccine-preventable diseases.


To access your student’s immunization record:

If you choose to not have your student vaccinated, a Certificate of Exemption form from the Washington Department of Health is REQUIRED to be on file at the school.