Immunization Information

*A new state law effective July 28, 2019 removes the personal and philosophical option to exempt children from the MMR vaccine required for school and childcare attendance. Children without a medical or religious exemption will need two doses of MMR vaccine to be allowed into school.

STATE OF WASHINGTON SCHOOL IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENTS
Washington state law requires certain immunizations against childhood diseases for all students, regardless of age, who attend a public or private school or a licensed day care center.

On or before the first day of attendance, the school must receive proof of the child’s:

  • full immunizations,
  • initiation of schedule of immunizations, or
  • certificate of exemption, current with the 2019 state requirements.

A completed and signed Certificate of Immunization Status (CIS) (English) (Russian) (Spanish) is required to be on file at the school, preschool, or child care facility.

The Washington State Department of Health offers MyIR for secure, online management of family immunization records. Once you register, you can access the records any time and even print your child’s Certificate of Immunization Status (PDF) for school entry. Register for MyIR.

Below are the vaccines required for school attendance.

IMMUNIZATIONS REQUIRED FOR SCHOOL ATTENDANCE, GRADES K‐12

ENGLISH:

Immunizations Required – English Forms

SPANISH:

Immunizations Required – Spanish Forms

RUSSIAN:

Immunizations Required – Russian Forms

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