General Forms & Links

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

“We’re here to coach and guide you through the challenges in your life. Call your EAP – we can help!”

Collective Bargaining Agreements

Click Here to View Collective Bargaining Agreements

Health Resources for Employees

MMR Vaccinations

CLICK HERE to read the May 14, 2024 letter from Nurse Health Services with recommendations following an outbreak of measles and pertussis in Washington

CLICK HERE for a printable Staff Immunization History Form


Our guidance for COVID-19 follows Washington Department of Health, Lewis County Health and Social Services and CDC recommendations. Common respiratory illnesses, such as Covid-19, flu, respiratory syncytial (RSV) and other respiratory illnesses will now follow these guidelines. Staff and students can return to work/activities once they have met BOTH of the following over a 24-hour period:

  • Your symptoms are getting better overall, AND
  • You have not had a fever (and are not using fever-reducing medication)

When you go back to your normal activities, take added precaution over the next 5 days, such as taking additional steps for cleaner air, hygiene, masks, physical distancing, and/or testing when you will be around other people indoors.

  • Keep in mind that you may still be able to spread the virus that made you sick, even if you are feeling better. You are likely to be less contagious at this time, depending on factors like how long you were sick or how sick you were.
  • If you develop a fever or you start to feel worse after you have gone back to normal activities, stay home and away from others again until, for at least 24 hours, both are true: your symptoms are improving overall, and you have not had a fever (and are not using fever-reducing medication). Then take added precaution for the next 5 days.

CLICK HERE for information from Washington Department of Health

CLICK HERE for information from the CDC

CLICK HERE for information from L&I

Click Here to report a positive covid test