All students must have required vaccinations prior to attending the first day of school

Please remember that all children must be up-to-date on school-required vaccinations, or, by law, they will not be able to attend school. Make sure your school has all required medically-verified documentation on vaccinations or else your student will not be able to attend school.

Emergency Medication needs to be provided before the first day of school

If your child has a life-threatening health condition that requires emergency medication to be available during the school day, by law, all emergency medications and signed medication orders must be turned in to your child's school before their first day in order for your child to attend. 

For students in grades 1 through 12, the first day of school is next Tuesday, August 30. For Kindergarten students, the first day of school is the following week, Tuesday, September 6.



Our nursing staff partners with families and our community to ensure that our students are healthy, safe, and ready to learn.
When needed, each of our schools has a dedicated nurse or health room assistant who is ready to assist your child with:

  • Illness
  • Injuries
  • Rest and Recuperation
  • Medication
  • Treatment

If your student has a health condition or concern, please contact your school’s nurse.

Student Health Information Form Formulario de Información de salud del estudiante

Medicine at School

By law, for a student to receive medications at school, we must first have a signed order from the student's licensed health care provider (LHP).

Medication at School Medicamentos en la Escuela


Columbia Elementary School
North Fork Elementary School
Woodland Middle School
Woodland High School
Woodland Public Schools Medication Administration Form for School

Parent information:

If your child no longer needs a rescue medication (albuterol, epinephrine, seizure medication) during the school day, their Licensed Healthcare Provider (LHP) will need to fill out a medication discontinuation letter.  Please return this letter to your child’s school nurse.  

Medication Discontinuation Letter Suspensión de la administración de medicamentos en la escuela

In adherence with our drug free schools policy, the parent or guardian must be the person transporting the medication to and from the school. Once a signed order is on file, and the medication is at the school, the medication may be administered at school. Staff can administer daily/scheduled medications, or medications that are administered as needed (such as Tylenol).

End of 2022 School Year Medication Pick Up Recuperación de medicamentos al final del año escolar 2022
2022-2023 School Year Medication Requirements 2022-2023 Requisitos de medicación para el año escolar



Changes to state immunization rules for schools effective August 1, 2020. Students entering school must be fully immunized (view Department of Health links below) or have a medical, personal, or religious exemption on file prior to attending school.

Required Immunizations for School Year 2022-2023 Vacunas requeridas para el ciclo escolar 2022-2023
Vaccination Exemption Information

When is it best to keep my child at home?

You, as the parent, are the best judge of whether your child is too ill for school.
There are however certain guidelines. Please read and follow this guide. Sending an ill child to school is counterproductive to effective learning and puts other students at risk.

Sick Day Guidelines Pautas para los días de enfermedad

Covid-19 Guidelines

What to do if a Person is Symptomatic Qué debe hacer si presenta sintomática

Head Lice Procedure

Head lice can be a problem in the school setting. While head lice is catching, it is not as easy to get as many may believe. Some current information on head lice and getting rid of them.