The School Health page for the Corbett School District exists to inform students and parents of Corbett health policies, provide information and resources about the Corbett Health office, as well as provide information from Oregon Health authorities.
Special Education Staff Contact Information
Director of Student Services:
Jeanne Swift – firstname.lastname@example.org
Requests for Translation:
Jeanne Swift, Director of Student Services – email@example.com
Julie Nakamura – firstname.lastname@example.org
Mondays, Thursdays: 8:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.
In order to claim a NonMedical Immunization exemption, please complete the required education available through your health care practitioner or the online vaccine education module at
Please refer to the link below for a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about Immunizations and Exemption Rates from the Oregon Health Authority.
FAQ About Immunization Data
In the links below you will find graphs for immunization data specific to Corbett Schools.
2018 Immunization Data
2017 Immunization Data
2016 Immunization Data
2015 Measles Data
Vision/Dental Screening Requirements for students entering Kindergarten:
Please complete the following form: Vision/Dental Screening Certification
For Vision Screening House Bill: See 2013 Oregon HB3000 Section 1: (2)(a) through (3)(b)
For Dental Screening House Bill: See 2015 Oregon HB2972 Section 1: (2)(a) through (3)(c)
Medication Administration during Extended School Day Trips
Guidelines for medication administration during overnight school trips will follow Policy for the administration of medication to students outlined by the Oregon Department of Education. If the school nurse does not accompany students on a trip, the student’s teacher, principal, or other designated school employee will be responsible for medication administration. Each individual school personnel designated to administer medications will receive Medication Administration training.
For overnight school trips:The administration of medication to students shall be done only when the student’s health may be jeopardized without the medication. Any medication to be administered to a student will be kept in the possession of the teacher or designated person and will be given as delegated.
- Only medications that are “medically necessary” should be requested for administration. Please refrain from requesting administration of multivitamins, herbal or dietary supplements without the written permission from a physician. The Oregon Department of Education prohibits the administration of dietary supplements.
- An Authorization for Administration of Medication for Extended School Day Trips form must be submitted by the parent for all medication (all prescription and over-the-counter medications) that will be medically necessary during the trip and/or for doses of medications that are not ordinarily administered by school personnel. Forms must be completed in their entirety.
Inhalers and emergency medications may be carried by students who have an Authorization for Self Administration of Medication form on file in the health room.
- All Requests for Medication Administration for Extended School Day Tripforms must be returned to the school nurse no later than 2 weeks prior to the trip. If this deadline has passed, please make every effort to get these forms and medications to the Health Room ASAP The Health Room is located in the grade school.
- The parent must provide the school nurse with the original labeled prescription bottle with the appropriate amount of medication in it. Bottles containing medication that exceeds the number of the days of the trip will not be accepted. Medications in baggies or in unlabeled or incorrect bottles will not be accepted. The medication must match the bottle it is in.
Preventing Underage Marijuana Use:
Multnomah County has student health centers in several Multnomah County schools, including Centennial High School and David Douglas High School in East County. The centers provide medical and mental health services to children ages 5 – 18 at no cost.