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Redmond High School
17272 N.E. 104th St., Redmond, WA 98052 | 425 936-1800
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For information on health issues please contact:
Jodi Becker RN, BSN

Health Services Support Personnel
Lake Washington School District
Special Services Office

For information on drug and alcohol intervention please contact:
Kelliegh Kinst, MSW candidate 2014, CDP
RHS - 425.936.1872
245.274.8394 x2750 - Youth Eastside Services


 Be sure to pick up your student’s medication from the health room at the end of the last day of school .  Any medications not picked up will be disposed of per district policy.  Don’t forget…medication &, diabetic supplies are costly!!!!  

Jodi Becker RN, BSN


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Whooping Cough

The Department of Health continues to release updated information on the pertussis danger in our state.  Go to this site  for more information about the increase in pertussis cases between 2010 and 2011. It also talks about the importance of adolescents and adults to get vaccinated against pertussis in order to protect infants, including the new recommendation for pregnant women.


Influenza News

It’s a good time to review  the following ways to stay healthy during flu season:

Wash hands often with soap and water or an alcohol-based hand rub. You should take about 20 seconds to wash hands.

Cover coughs and sneezes with tissues and wash hands afterward. If a tissue is not available, cover up coughs or sneezes using the elbow, arm or sleeve instead. 

Do not share drinks, food, unwashed utensils or other personal items.

As a reminder, here are the signs and symptoms of the flu.

Fever (100 degrees Fahrenheit or greater). You may appear flushed, be sweating or shivering, or feel warm to the touch.

Sore throat
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Diarrhea and vomiting are also possible symptoms of the flu.

If you have the flu or a flu-like illness

Stay home until at least 24 hours after the fever has passed without the use of fever-reducing drugs. Students need to stay home from child care, sports practices and other activities as well.