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Immunization Requirements

Immunization Requirements for grades K through 12 English and Spanish.

Immunization Requirements for Early Childhood Programs English and Spanish.
All students coming into register, must be cleared by the campus nurse for compliance with state immunization requirements for school children.  Some 30 day provisional enrollment will be granted but ONLY if certain requirements are met.  The campus nurse can assist students who do not have required immunizations by referring them to the School Based Health Clinic or local resources. 
Immunization Exemptions:
            Medical: The law allows physicians to write a statement stating that the vaccine(s) required would be medically harmful or injurious to the health and well-being of the child. The written statement by the physician must be submitted to the school nurse. Unless it is written in the statement that a lifelong condition exists, the exemption statement is valid for only one year from the date signed by the physician.
            For Reasons of Conscience, including religious beliefs: The law allows parents/guardians to choose an exemption from immunization requirements for reasons of conscience, including a religious belief. The completed and returned form from the Texas DSHS must be submitted to the school nurse in order for the student to be admitted. The school will accept only the original official affidavit forms developed and issued by the Texas DSHS. The affidavit will be valid for two years.
 Immunity Documented by Lab Result (Immunity by Titer): Students who have had a lab test that shows they are immune to the following diseases may present a copy of the laboratory results in lieu of documentation of the vaccines:
  • Measles
  • Mumps
  • Rubella
  • Varicella (chicken pox)
  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis B