SNOW – School Nurse Organization of Washington

School Nurse Organization of Washington (SNOW) is a non-profit professional organization started in 1956.
Mission Statement

SNOW supports school nurses in the delivery of health services designed to improve the health and academic success of students. (August, 2011)


To strive for improved school nursing services fostering higher standards and increased availability of health services thereby enhancing the health status of the school community thus strengthening the educational process.

To serve as a liaison and resource for educational and standard setting programs toward certification of school nurses in the educational setting.

To provide opportunities for school nurses to exchange ideas, seek solutions to common problems and encourage professional growth and unity.

To facilitate communication among school nurses and other organizations and agencies concerned with health and education.

To provide leadership and consultation to colleges developing and maintaining programs and pathways promoting the specialty of school nursing.

If you are school nurse and not yet a member, please browse this website and consider becoming a member. When you join SNOW, you also join the National Association of School Nurses. Learn more about membership.

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