• Because We Care

     

    The Everett Public Schools Health Team coordinates with the Snohomish County Health District to protect children from communicable diseases.

     

    If your child has any of the following symptoms please keep him or her home, or make appropriate child care arrangements.

     

    Appearance/Behavior:Unusually tired, pale, lack of appetite, difficult to wake, confused or irritable.

    Eyes:Thick mucus or pus draining from the eye or pink eye.

    Fever:A temperature of 100 degrees Fahrenheit or higher. Please keep your child home for at least 24 hours following an elevated temperature of 100 degrees or higher.

    Nose drainage or chronic cough:Especially if associated with a fever. These conditions may be contagious and require treatment.

    Sore Throat:Especially if associated with a fever and/or swollen glands.

    Diarrhea:2 or more episodes in a 24 hour period and especially if the child looks or acts ill.

    Vomiting:Vomiting 2 or more times within the past 24 hours.

    Rash:Especially if associated with a fever or itching.

    Lice:Children suspected of infestation will be screened and parents will be notified of treatment needs. Please notify school if you find head lice on your child.

    Scabies:Children with scabies can be permitted at school 24 hours after treatment.

     

    If your child has any of the above symptoms at school, it may be necessary to pick him or her up from school.

     

    With your help we will have stronger, healthier, and happier children in school.

     

    Thank you for your cooperation.

     

    The Everett Public Schools Health Team

     

     

    Silver Lake Health Room : 425-385-6906

     

    Medical coverage and help for families

    Beginning in January 2000, there are two programs available to children. Families may be eligible for Medicaid (a free insurance plan) or Children's Health Insurance Plan (CHIP a low cost insurance plan - $10 premium per child per month). A family of four with a gross income close to $2842 would be eligible for Medicaid. A family of four with a gross income close to $3553 would be eligible for CHIP. There are some deductions which may allow a family to have a higher income. Coverage for eligible children includes immunizations, doctor and dental visits, hospital care, glasses, prescriptions, etc. Call your school for information.

     

    SilverLake Elementary School

    Home of the Mustangs

     

    Ms Sharon Stone- Principal