Health Room

News from the Nurse 2022-23

WHS Health Room Focus

Our focus in the health room includes maintaining a healthy learning environment, teaching independent health habits, and supporting the psychological and physical well being of our students, families, and staff.

We provide the following services:

  • Basic vision and hearing screenings
  • Immunization and disease monitoring
  • Injury and illness care during school
  • Administering medication
  • Health education
  • Resources and referrals
  • and more!

NSD COVID-19 Resources

View a collection of resources for families during the COVID-19 school closure.


WHS has a full time on-campus nurse, Christie Callahan

Christie earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Boise State University and progressed into Pediatric nursing from there. She spent several years working in adult care before completing nursing school, then transitioned to Seattle Children’s Hospital where she specialized in Orthopedic, Neurosurgical, Otolaryngolocial, Craniofacial and general surgery recovery. Christie was also a charge nurse and spend time working with Cardiac and Solid Organ Transplant patients also. Before leaving Children’s, she elected to spend several months in the Float pool and spent time working with Medical patients, including those with diabetes and acute respiratory illnesses, and Hematology/Oncology patients. Christie was very fortunate to spend time with many types of children working through various medical conditions and this has helped her in her role here at Woodinville High School.

Christie says her true love has always been community nursing, and she especially loves focusing on the adolescent population as they are in such a pivotal time of life. We look forward to working with you and your child as he or she transitions through high school and into the “real” world!

Please don’t hesitate to contact us with your questions or concerns!

  • Substitute Nurses Needed:
    Are you a Registered Nurse who might be interested in exploring the rewards of school based nursing, supplementing work hours or simply maintaining nursing licensure credentials? We would love to discuss available opportunities as a substitute school nurse with the Northshore School District -- this is a great way to transition into community nursing with K-12 school age children. Contact Cindy Mato, Health and Nursing Supervisor, Northshore School District: 425.408.7728 or

Contact Us

Jennifer Gardner
RN BSN, School Nurse

On Campus

Monday through Friday
during school hours

Health Forms

Health forms can be found by scrolling down on the Frequently Requested forms page to "Health Forms". 

Frequently requested forms

This includes the Authorization for Medication Form parents and guardians are required to complete in order for their child to receive medication at school.