Immunizations needed for children prior to enrolling at school
  • All students who enter the program must be current on their immunizations.

Immunizations for ANY parents/family members working in the classroom

As part of SB 792, which went into effect on September 1, 2016, all adults working in the classroom throughout the school year before starting must provide:

  • Immunization records of pertussis, measles, and annual influenza (flu) vaccines (SB792 form included in admission packet);

  • A copy of a health screen completed and signed by your doctor (form is included in admission packet);

  • A copy of a negative PPD/tuberculosis skin test or TB Risk Assessment. TB tests should not be done MORE THAN 60 DAYS before starting to volunteer in the classroom. Once completed, the result is good for up to 4 years at our facility.

Non-Family Members working in the classroom:


Non-family members working in the classroom on an ongoing basis must provide all of the above information (i.e. immunization records, completed and signed health screen form, and copy of negative PPD/tuberculosis skin test).

 

Visitors:
Visitors to the class (non-working adults) may attend without providing the above information.

 

For more information on required immunizations in preschools, please see:


http://www.shotsforschool.org/

https://www.sccgov.org/sites/sccphd/en-us/Residents/ized/schools-childcare/Documents/CASB792.pdf

The following would be acceptable forms of record for immunizations:

Influenza (Flu):

  • A copy of an immunization record for influenza dated between August 1 and December 1 of each year;

  • A statement from your physician that there is a medical reason for you not to be vaccinated;

  • A statement from your physician that you are already immune to influenza; 

  • Evidence/Declination form (found in admissions packet).

Pertussis (Whooping Cough):

  • A copy of an immunization record for pertussis;

  • A statement from your physician that there is a medical reason for you not to be vaccinated; and

  • A statement from your physician that you are already immune to pertussis. 

Measles:

  • A copy of an immunization record for measles;

  • A statement from your physician that there is a medical reason for you not to be vaccinated;

  • A statement from your physician that you are already immune to measles;

  • Proof that were born before 1957 (according to the Advisory Council on Immunization Practices, “adults born before 1957 are generally considered immune to measles and mumps.”)

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