Health Services

Washington Children and Youth Activities Guide for Air Quality:

 Real-time Air Quality for Sequim:

Public Health recommendations are to protect children and youth (18 years and younger) from fine particle air pollution (PM2.5). Apply this guide to school, childcare, athletic practices and games, before and after school programs, camps, field trips, and other outdoor programming and activities.

Sequim School District Families,              

Timely testing of students and staff with COVID-19 symptoms helps reduce the spread of COVID-19. The Sequim School District supports access to timely testing for students, their families and staff with symptoms and for those who were potentially exposed and want to test by distributing free iHealth Antigen Rapid self-tests for home use only.

·         Individuals and families can find additional information about at-home tests   in the COVID-19 Self-Testing Guidance at


Please be aware that Federal laws allow for the expiry date to be extended past what is printed on the box as long as the “C” Control Line appears during testing and they are stored in a dry location between 36-86 degrees F.

Students, children, and staff with new symptoms, such as cough, fever, sore throat, vomiting, or diarrhea, or other Symptoms of COVID-19 (, should not attend school, should stay home, and get tested for COVID-19. Students and staff must be fever free for 24 hrs., off fever reducing medication, before returning to school.

People with symptoms should follow the DOH What to do if a Person is Symptomatic flowchart

Notify others to stop the spread. Reach out to your close contacts and let them know they may have been exposed to COVID-19. Someone who is infected can spread COVID-19 even before they have symptoms. When you notify your close contacts, they can get tested and isolate if needed to avoid spreading the virus to others.

  • If you used an at-home test, report your positive result to Washington's COVID-19 hotline at 1–800–525–0127.
  • You no longer need to contact the Sequim School District to report positive Covid-19 results.


Thank you,

Sonja Bittner RN and the Health Services Team



Sequim School District
Health Services Staff
Contact Us:

School Nurse 
Sonja Bittner BSN, RN
[email protected]

Health Services Specialist 
Ardis Mangano
[email protected]

Helen Haller Health Clerk
Cherie Hendrickson
[email protected]

Middle School Health Clerk
Kate Ross
[email protected]
360-582-3509 office

High School Health Clerk 
Celene Frick
[email protected]

Greywolf Health Clerk
Cassie Cobb
[email protected]

HHE, OPA, SMS Health Clerk
Kyla Adolphe
[email protected]