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Student Health

Prevention & Intervention Grant

Information regarding the LifeSkills Training (LST) Substance Abuse Prevention Grant

School Nurse Corps

The School Nurse Corps (SNC) program helps to ensure that all students in Washington have access to registered nursing services. Access to a registered nurse promotes student safety, improves attendance, fosters academic achievement, reduces health and educational disparities, and contributes to creating an engaged and informed citizenry and workforce.