School Nurse Corps / Health


The OESD 114 School Nurse Corps (SNC) program assures School Nurse access to small / remote school districts in our region. Counties served are Kitsap, Jefferson, Clallam and North Mason.  We act as a link between OSPI, other State / local agencies and County Health Departments. SNC services include:

  • Assisting districts in finding school nurse staff as needed. If money available, provide funding to or supplement existing nursing services.
  • RN direct health care services including health plan creation, medication/treatment delegation training to unlicensed staff and other health interventions as needed. This includes ongoing oversight and evaluation of service delivery.
  • Health related technical support to school staff and administrators
  • Parent and student engagement regarding health conditions being managed at school

There is a dedicated SNC administrator at OESD 114 that provides technical support to all school districts and school nurses regardless of size. Training opportunities are shared or offered to school nurses through OESD 114.


The School Nurse Corps, in partnership with schools, families and communities, will help students to achieve academic success by improving school health services and health outcomes.


The School Nurse Corps assists in the pursuit of student academic success by supporting and expanding public school districts’ capacity to provide a safe and healthy learning environment and optimal health for each student.

School Nurse Corps Administrator for OESD 114

Wendy Jones, RN
SNC Program Coordinator

105 National Ave. N
Bremerton, WA


Phone: 360-405-5804


  • Students in all public school districts have access to basic Registered Nurse (R.N.) services.
  • All students in Class II districts identified with potentially life threatening and/or chronic health conditions have emergency care plans/individual health plans (ECPs/IHPS) developed and implemented with staff training and supervision by an R.N.
  • All students in Class II districts receive medication and/or medical treatment in compliance with current laws and accepted standards and with staff training and supervision provided by an R.N.
  • All Class II districts provide mandated screening programs and comply with immunization laws.
  • School districts have policies and procedures for school health services based on current laws and accepted standards.
  • All districts have access to consultation, education, and resources regarding school health services.
    Identify and collect data to evaluate the impact of nursing interventions on student education and health outcomes.

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