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Immunizations and COVID-19 Vaccinations


Immunization Updates

Does your child have their immunizations for the upcoming school year? Current sixth-grade students will need the Tdap and Meningitis vaccines to start seventh grade on Wednesday, September 8. Enrolling kindergarten students will need two doses of Varicella (chickenpox vaccine) and two doses of MMR (measles, mumps and rubella).

Act now! Get your child immunized before the start of school! You can go to your primary care provider, local health department clinics, pharmacies, grocery stores or urgent care centers.

Visit the State Immunizations Law and Exclusion from School webpage for more details

Important Measles Update!

Vaccination is a safe and effective way to protect your child from measles, a disease that causes fever, cough, runny nose, eye irritation, and a rash. Measles can also result in more serious problems such as lung, ear, and brain infections, and in rare cases, death.

It is extremely contagious and can live in the air for several hours. Please review your child's medical records to make sure they are up to date with required immunizations.