Immunizations and Health Screening Requirements

  • ** According to Texas law, immunization requirements apply for both online and face-to-face (in-school) learning. All students attending public schools are required to submit to the district a valid and complete immunization record. All state-mandated screening will still be required regardless of receiving in-person or online learning including visionhearing and spinal screenings. Campuses will communicate about screenings with families.

    Children need immunizations to protect them from dangerous infectious diseases. When children are fully immunized, they are provided the best protection from disease and the community in which they live is protected as well! As part of the public health system, our Health Services Team is dedicated to the goal of protecting our students and community from unnecessary harm caused by disease!

    Texas law requires students in Texas schools to be immunized against certain vaccine-preventable diseases. See the links to the right for current immunization requirements.


Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I need to provide my child's immunizations before he/she can attend school?

  • Where can I obtain a Reason of Conscience Exemption Form?

  • How long is my child's exemption valid?

  • Where can I get my child's immunizations administered?

  • Who qualifies for the Texas Vaccines for Children program?

  • 2020-21 Immunization Requirements K-12
  • Requisitos de Inmunización de 2020-21 para estudiantes de kínder a 12.o grado
  • Immunization Clinics in the Area
  • TDSHS Immunization Information
  • CDC Vaccine Information Statements