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Required Immunizations for School Year 2019-2020

In Washington, all students 18 years old or younger may get vaccines at low or no cost from their health care provider. 

Parent/Guardian Instructions
: To see which vaccines are required, find your child's grade and look only at that row going across to find the vaccines and number of doses required.

Hepatitis B DTaP/Tdap
(Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis)

Vaccine doses required may be fewer than listed

  Polio

Vaccine doses required may be fewer than listed


 MMR
(Measles, Mumps, Rubella)
 Varicella
(Chickenpox)

  Kindergarten through 5th Grade

 3 doses within the correct timeframes 5 doses within the correct timeframes 4 doses  with the correct timeframes 2 doses  within the correct timeframes 2 doses  within the correct timeframes
OR
Healthcare provider verified child had disease
 6th Grade through 12th Grade 3 doses  within the correct timeframes 5 doses DTaP
AND
1 dose Tdap,  all within the correct timeframes
4 doses  within the correct timeframes 2 doses  within the correct timeframes 2 doses  within the correct timeframes
OR
Healthcare provider verified child had disease  (Exceptions are allowed for certain students)

Students must get vaccine doses at correct time frames to be in compliance with the requirements.  Talk to your healthcare provider or school nurse if you have questions about school immunization requirements. Find your school nurse.

Vaccination Exemptions

A Certificate of Exemption identifying that you have medical, personal, or religious reasons for not vaccinating your child can be submitted to the school. (this may change based on current legislation for the 2019-2020 school year) Despite an exemption, please know that should an outbreak occur in school, your student could be out of school for weeks.

   Hepatitis B
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